Relationships with Dr. Rebecca Jankovich

Thursday: 5:34am and 7:34am

Relationships with Dr. Rebecca Jankovich airs Thursdays during Morning Edition at 5:34am and 7:34.

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 to not burn out by leaving the office to ride equine races with her horses, and travel the world.


19 hours ago

Amidst all the grief of a suicide, there's also the dilemma of what to tell people about the cause of death.

What to do when mom wants more time than you want to give.

Some holiday thoughts from Dr. Rebecca Jankovich.

Couples with a new baby can stress over how to handle the grandparents wanting time with the newborn.

Why can some kids experiment with drugs without becoming addicted?


Nov 4, 2016

When someone we care about loses someone close, send a written note. Say you are sorry for their loss; share a memory of the deceased and close with an expression which hopefully gives some comfort.

Young people in the first few years of practicing their profession seem to have the same core fear: someone is going to figure out that I don't know what I am doing.

After the death of your child, you must remain close with their spouse if you want access to your grandchildren. Here's some ways to cope.

Couples argue about whether what the other has done is "abuse". It really doesn't matter what you call it; the behavior is unacceptable.

Can women really "have it all"?