Dr. Bill Cloke has seen the damage shame can do in men’s lives, but this cycle can be broken.
Dr. Bill Cloke has worked with individuals and couples’ for 30 years. He received a master’s degree in education from the University of Southern California and holds a Ph.D. in psychology from California Graduate Institute. A frequent talk-radio and tv psychologist, he is also a contributor to PsychologyToday.com, Care2.com and other popular websites and has lectured at UCLA. Bill Cloke lives with his wife in Los Angeles. Bill's book Happy Together has won the Nautilus and Benjamin Franklin Silver Awards for 2012. To learn more about Bill Cloke, and for more resources on creating healthy, happy relationships, visit his website.
Dr. Bill Cloke set out to learn how pornography, used as a substitute for intimacy, can break a relationship.
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Dr. Bill Cloke explains the science behind teens making bad decisions, and how that can be dangerous.
Dr. Bill Cloke examines why some men fail to use empathy, and how to help solve the problem and open up understanding.
You’re in the middle of a major fight that seems to never really go away. Can you save your relationship? Dr. Bill Cloke delivers some essential advice to help get you back on track… STAT!
Dr. Bill Cloke asks us what we’re thinking about when it comes to aging and love – and subsequently, how those thoughts affect the rest of society.
Dr. Bill Cloke explains that moods are more than just random afflictions, but a lens through which we see the world – and there are effective ways to manage them.
Dr. Bill Cloke has worked with many couples in his long career, and there are few things he thinks you should know about your partner before you tie the knot.
Dr. Bill Cloke meets a lot of angry couples in his therapy practice, but he’s developed an effective system for resolving conflict without screaming and yelling.
Even the best relationships have conflict. But the trick to long-lasting and stable love is knowing how to battle it out in a healthy way.
Therapist Dr. Bill Cloke has helped a lot of couples through their worst times, and offers some simple advice for how to build a loving relationship.
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