Dr. Rebecca Jankovich

Relationship Commentator, Thursday mornings

Dr. Jankovich has been working as a psychologist since 1974. She works with a range of problems including relationships, depression, anxiety, sleep disorders, grief, trauma and struggles with life transitions. Rebecca practices what she preaches and - so as not to burn out - leaves the office to race her horses and to travel the world.

Learning to play a musical instrument changes your brain permanently, giving you a cognitive edge for life.  

What to do when you and your partner can't agree on age-appropriate behavior for your kids.

If you have problems early in your relationship, it's not likely your partner's behavior will change.

Stepmothers

Mar 24, 2017

Blended families are difficult, partly because of the competing loyalties to one's own biological children and also to one's new spouse.

Sleep deprivation is a direct cause of anxiety, irritability, poor decision making, and trouble focusing.

The Blahs

Mar 10, 2017

It's normal to have changes in mood.  How do you know if the blahs are a prelude to depression?

It doesn't work well to register a complaint with your partner by confronting them with the question, "Why did you do that?"

What to do if all of a sudden, for no apparent reason, the intimacy stops.  

How parents can cope with adult siblings who can't get along.

The next generation can think that they have the answers to problems that the older generation  doesn't appear to have figured out.  

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