Dr. Seth Meyers, Clinical Psychologist

Dr. Seth Meyers, Clinical Psychologist

Saturday, January 17, 2015

DATING: How to Approach Somone (Without Being Cheesy Or Sleazy!)

As a relationship expert on eHarmony's panel of experts, I write about a lot of dating topics that affect men and women. One of the biggest problems people have in dating is the awkwardness of approaching someone new. In my new article, I give specific examples of what you can do and say when you walk up to someone new. You truly can approach someone without coming across like a crazy or super-sleazy person!

Check out the article here: http://bit.ly/1wUNv6T.

Friday, January 16, 2015

Dr. Seth Speaks at Long Beach Memorial Hospital

Tomorrow I will be giving an anti-bullying talk at Long Beach Memorial Hospital with Dr. Jose Navarro. Bullying is an epidemic but parents can help by talking to their kids about bullying - not once, but on a regular basis!

Thursday, January 15, 2015

Friendship Breakups: When a Friend Stops Wanting You

I find in my clinical work that the experience of having a friend 'break up' with you as just as painful as when a romantic partner ends a relationship. Yet no one really talks about friendship breakups. Check out my full new article on the subject for Psychology Today!

Article here: http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/insight-is-2020/201501/friendship-breakups-when-friend-stops-wanting-you.

Monday, December 29, 2014


Have a crazy fun but safe New Year's Eve, and a happy and productive year ahead! May dreams you're working toward come true!

Sunday, December 28, 2014

Pop Culture: Are We Sure Racism and Homophobia Are Funny?

My family spent a few days in Las Vegas this past week, and I took in a show as I often do when I'm there. I chose to see "Absinthe," the tent show at Caesars Palace which has an outstanding set and nutty cast of characters. What struck me most about the show is how funny the majority of the audience found much of the racist and homophobic humor.

I' m sorry, but I will never laugh at a white person imitating a Chinese person saying, "I love P.F. Changs," or any other number of brain-dead jokes making fun of any group of people. Do the writers of such shows feel proud of creating such nonsense - and reinforcing such idiotic stereotypes? Maybe the writers and producers were only thinking about money, and this kind of humor clearly brings out the masses in droves.

On a personal level, I find it disappointing to see hundreds of people laughing at vulgar, finger- pointing humor. I could have done without this show!

Wednesday, December 3, 2014

BOOKS: Are You Stuck Repeating the Same Bad Relationship Patterns?

I continue to get reader mail that says how much my book on relationships can help people who are stuck seeking out the same types people who are bad, bad, bad for them. Check out the link below and see for yourself how my book specializes in helping people who have a sort of "Relationship OCD."

Click here to read about Dr. Seth's Love Prescription: Overcome Relationship Repetition Syndrome and Find the Love You Deserve!