Is your dating behavior healthy?
Is your dating behavior healthy?
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Is your dating behavior good for your emotional health?

Regardless of your age or gender, being single in Boston can be a challenge. Over the past few days, Dr. Monica O’Neal, a Boston-based clinical psychologist, has been examining the socio-psychological factors that make dating in Boston a unique and potentially anxiety-inducing experience.

Dr. O’Neal is a Harvard-trained, licensed clinical psychologist with a diverse clinical background. She currently maintains a private practice in the Back Bay in Boston where she specializes in treating adults with anxiety, depression, body image disorders, trauma, and relationship challenges, to name a few.

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Dr. Monica O’Neal is a Boston-based clinical psychologist.
Dr. Monica O’Neal

On Friday, Feb. 14 at 1 p.m. Dr. O’Neal will be answering reader questions about how to notice unhealthy patterns and change relationship behaviors, just in time for Valentine’s Day.

Please note that Dr. O’Neal will provide general advice about healthy dating habits and relationships during this chat. You should contact your own doctor for specific advice relating to your emotional health. If you are experiencing a mental health emergency, you should contact 911 or a therapist immediately.

Submit your questions for Dr. O’Neal in the field below.