Dr. Rebecca Jankovich

Commentator, Relationships with Dr. Rebecca Jankovich

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.

Getting over a breakup is very difficult for both partners.

Be thoughtful about how you present your concerns.

I Wish

Oct 29, 2019

Try to never say, "I wish you would have..." it sounds like you are scolding your partner.

Watch for whether they do what they say they're going to do. 

Compliments

Oct 15, 2019

Don't include complaints in your compliments.

Educate your teen.

Scent

Oct 3, 2019

The body scent of a romantic partner is important to the relationship.

They change their drinking only when they choose to stop.

When your adopted child seeks her biological parents.

There is an art to how you talk to a grieving person.  

We don't know why teens are becoming more anxious.

Some career questions to ask your children.

It may take weeks for the medication to begin working.

Choose where you spend your time with care.

Good grades in college don't predict success.

Abuse can be insidious.  Watch for these signs.

We think the grief of loss will go away far more quickly than is possible.

Your natural response may be to take away the pain when you should be listening instead.

Couples fight over differences in pacing.

If a person suddenly develops anxiety symptoms, first look for medical causes.

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