Nicole is an on-screen relationship and mental health expert as well as a psychological consultant for TV shows.
Love is in the air - especially love at first sight.
Sex has numerous physiological and psychological effects, including supporting immune function, lowering blood pressure and easing stress.
Nicole discusses Hollywood breakups and co-parenting
Nicole discusses Donald and Melania Trump sleeping in separate bedrooms
Is this why Brangelina really broke up? According to a new study published in the journal Personal Relationships, physical attractiveness is not a predictor for relationship longevity. In fact, it may lead to more dissolutions.
There are a lot benefits to having sex — physical, emotional and otherwise — but a new study has found that American couples are spending less and less time between the sheets than they did a decade ago. What gives?
Temperatures may be rising to the double digits, but don’t kid yourself Canada: the winter season isn’t quite over, which means we are still in cuffing season.
Nicole discusses men falling in love first in relationships
The dating process has been gamified through dating apps and the playing of these apps are linked to psychological effects that could make users think twice on ever swiping again.
If there’s one thing we’ve learned from Julia Roberts in My Best Friend’s Wedding,it’s that it may be both possible and impossible to stay friends with an ex-lover.
Nicole discusses Valentine's Day traditions with Metro News
Hate Valentine’s Day? You’re not alone in the anti-love movement
January seems to be a particularly problematic month for relationships.
Whether you’re single or in a relationship, don’t leave your love life out of your New Year’s resolutions.
How to avoid squabbles with your significant other.
While it's the depths of romantic breakups that are plumbed in movies and songs, platonic breakups can be just as devastating
Nicole talks about dealing with bad neighbours with Breakfast Television
Sometimes not even swiping right is enough to make a connection
Statistics show that only eight per cent of people successfully complete their New Year's Resolution, so what are the other 92 per cent doing?
Shorter days, longer nights, and a lesser active lifestyle can lead to Seasonal Affective Disorder.
Instead of overspending and overprepping for an often anticlimactic finish, many Canadians are forging alternative holiday traditions
New research says the age people are most likely to cheat is 39 years old. I discuss this with CTV News
This handy guide will walk you through the vast world of female "tells."
Canadian study highlights benefits of adopting a future-oriented perspective when it comes to relationship spats
The middle school contract, which went viral on Twitter, includes conditions like “you can’t hug these hoes.”
So you like to swipe right, eh? Skipping the bar for the online scene? On the prowl for a quick hook-up? It's a brave new world.
Thanks to the popular #RelationshipGoals hashtag, social media has introduced us to a number of over the top goals people have for themselves and their significant others
The 21st century has been punctuated by much cultural ado around the MILF (Mother I'd Like to Fuck) phenomenon and her paternal counterpart, the DILF.
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