Dr. Seth Meyers, Clinical Psychologist

Dr. Seth Meyers, Clinical Psychologist

Tuesday, May 8, 2012

Dr. Seth: Featured on Huffington Post

My article on make-up sex was taken far too literally. People need to understand the meaning of speaking figuratively. And, by the way, studies show that sex and drug use often stimulate the same neurotransmitters in the brain.

I hope that people can see the forest through the trees and benefit from the advice in the article. You really do have to be careful in relationships - stormy ones, in particular - to make sure that you're having sex for the right reasons.

1 comment:

Bart said...

Personally, I thought the comparison was pretty apt, even when taken literally. We all know the typical drama queen, who thrives on problems and makeup sex, and just can't seem to say goodbye to a bad relationship. Why can't he or she? Because it's addictive. And that's why I think your piece was right on target.