In the Press
Dr Kalanit Ben-Ari is frequently featured in national press, print and digital for her approach to couple relationships and parenting topics. Some of the latest articles can be found below.
Should you stick to a ‘type’ while dating? Four women reveal what happened when they didn’t
Groundhogging is the latest dating term to enter our vernacular — and refers to people sticking to the same type of person when it comes to romantic relationships.
If you’re not vaccinated, you’re not invited to Christmas lunch
You can’t choose your family — but you can at least choose to uninvite a few unwanted members this Christmas. This year, the first family Christmas in two years, there’s the potential for a real blow-up. The hot topic that is set to divide families? Not religion, war or politics — but vaccinations.
What HAS Covid done to our sex lives? From couples who can’t stand each other to singletons hitting the dating scene...
I was hosted at the Good Health show, (Mail Plus) to discus sex and relationships for couples who live together and partners who are not sharing the same household.
Sex & relationships: 5 questions we kept asking therapists during lockdown
"We reached out to Dr Kalanit Ben-Ari.
And the psychologist, author, and couples therapist came up trumps, revealing the five questions she was asked most during lockdown, as well as the answers she offered up. Prepare to feel extremely seen!"
CORONAVIRUS: HOW TO ENSURE YOUR RELATIONSHIPS SURVIVE SELF-ISOLATION
Struggling to cope with spending extended periods at home? Experts share their tips on maintaining good relations with children and partners.
Modern relationships: Meghan Markle and Stacey Dooley stand accused of the same ridiculous crime
The year is 2020, but the world still has an issue with women who “wear the trousers” in their relationships.
HOW TO COMBAT VULNERABILITIES + RECEIVE THE LOVE YOU WANT
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How To Stop Resentment Building in Your Relationship.
Occasional arguments can be a natural part of our relationships, but is there a way to avoid upset and imbalances before they develop into something more?
How to plan a Valentine’s date that will actually make your relationship stronger
Relationship expert, psychologist and therapist, Dr Kalanit Ben-Ari, thinks that planning a perfect Valentine’s Day date can actually make your long-term relationship stronger.