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Los Angeles Psychologist Yvonne Thomas, Ph.D. Quoted In “Experts On Why The First Year Of Marriage Is The Hardest” on datezie.com (05/02/2019)

You’re more comfortable—and that can be tricky. Eh, quirks are part of every human experience. And oftentimes, these strange, unexplainable ticks or rituals are attractive and even sexy to the right person. You might believe you already know all of those idiosyncrasies about your partner, but when you’re married? They’ll become even more comfortable than…

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Psychologist in Los Angeles Yvonne Thomas, Ph.D. Interviewed For “Dating Glossary: Breadcrumbing” on datezie.com (04/18/2019)

What is Breadcrumbing? As defined, psychologist Dr. Yvonne Thomas, Ph.D. says breadcrumbing is a term that refers to a drawn-out way, when dating, of keeping a person hopeful and interested, by giving periodic signals, that are flirty but non-committal. With breadcrumbing, you can see the trail the person left—notes, texts, smooches—often prompting you to justify the fact…

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Los Angeles Psychologist Quoted In “How Soon Is Too Soon To Ask Someone To Be Your Plus-One At A Wedding?” on weddingwire.com (03/07/2019)

Excerpt: Psychologist Dr. Yvonne Thomas, Ph.D., explains if you aren’t exclusive with your partner, it’s far too early to ask ‘em to tag along to a wedding. “You and that potential plus-one should know if both of you are feeling similarly enough about each other instead of just assuming something as important as this,” she explains. “It…

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