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Matthews on sex scandals: When is the circus going to leave?

  The mayor of San Diego will seek treatment after female staffers accused him of sexual harassment. New York City mayoral candidate Anthony Weiner admitted to sexting more young women. When will the circus stop? MSNBC’s Steve Kornacki, political analyst Keli Goff, and City Council President of San Di

Dr. Nancy Snyderman on the cures of mental illness

  Talk therapy and psychotherapy, in conjunction with medication, help mental illness, Dr. Nancy Snyderman said.

Tips to keep kids from feeling homesick

  Whether your kids are heading to their first sleepover or their first year of college, psychotherapist M. Gary Neuman and psychologist Dr. Robin Smith reveal how to make them comfortable away from home.

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  The end of ‘Pray Away the Gay?’

Alan Chambers, the president of the Exodus group, a proponent of gay reparative therapy, apologized for promoting “sexual orientation change efforts and reparative theories.” Wayne Besen, executive director of Truth Wins Out, and psychotherapist Dr. Laura Berman join Hardball to discuss.

  Cleveland kidnapping, rape suspect makes first court appearance

Psychiatrist Dr. Sudeepta Varma and criminologist Brian Levin discuss the latest developments and the long recovery ahead for the victims

  Coping with trust and fear in your relationship

A couple married for eight years share how trust issues stemming from previous divorces have affected their marriage, and psychotherapist M. Gary Neuman offers tips on fixing a fractured relationship.

  Callie Thorne on return of ‘Necessary Roughness’

The actress talks about new episodes of “Necessary Roughness,” on which she plays a no-nonsense psychotherapist for a pro football team, and reveals she almost gave up acting in the ‘90s when she was struggling to get good roles.

  Speaking out about male eating disorders

Eating disorders have long been thought to be women’s diseases, but new research shows that nearly equal numbers of men and women suffer from binge eating disorders. Psychotherapist and former binge eater Andrew Walen speaks about breaking eating disorder stereotypes.

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