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.

It's best to use your own voice.

Grown up love is not the bliss we enjoy at the beginning.

Kids often believe they must go to a top ten school.  This is simply not true.

Vacations

Feb 7, 2020

Americans are taking fewer vacation days.

Blame

Feb 7, 2020

Don't blame your partner for something unavoidable.

What do to when you are upset over a change in health.

Kids And ADD

Jan 10, 2020

Should kids take medication for ADD?

Before you try medication try self care routines.

It's a problem of emotional regulation, not time management.

Some people are not natural caregivers.

What if you don't have the same approach to parenting.

Being thankful is a coping skill to use all year.

Learn to control your emotions.

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.

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