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Rachel Wright, M.A., L.M.FT.

Rachel Wright, M.A., L.M.FT., (she/her) is a licensed psychotherapist, sex educator and relationship expert based in New York City. She's an experienced speaker, group facilitator, and writer. She's worked with thousands of humans worldwide to help them scream less and screw more.
At the beginning, it might seem like a fairytale — but it doesn't stay that way.
How to decipher between signs that a relationship is over vs. whether you're dealing with a regular relationship rut.
A relationship therapist breaks down what's really going on when there's trauma bonding in a relationship — and how to get out.
You've likely talked and thought about it, but using it IRL is a whole other ballgame.
Yes, it's possible to have separation anxiety in relationships, too — here's why it happens and how to deal.
Jamie Skaar's relationship with Michelle came to a crashing halt on Week 3 of The Bachelorette when his web of words caught up with him.
A relationship therapist shares her hot take on these scenes from the creepy drama.
Michelle Young is exploring a burgeoning romance with a blast from her past, Joe Coleman — but before you give a previous relationship another try, this is what you should know.
ABC's newest leading lady isn't messing around — or tolerating B.S. from contestants — in her search for her life partner.
Here's how to spot signs of codependency or a codependent relationship — and how to stop being codependent, from someone who's been there.
The seventh season of Bachelor in Paradise wrapped Tuesday with three couples deciding to put a ring on it — here, a relationship therapist's take on whether or not they'll last.
They might seem like harmless euphemisms, but they're actually perpetuating damaging body- and sex-related shame.
Brendan Morais may have some explaining to do over his Bachelor In Paradise love triangle involving Natasha Parker and Pieper James.
A sex and relationship therapist shares her take on why getting away can be amazing for getting off.
Much like contestants Ivan Hall and Jessenia Cruz, you've likely thought about whether or not you have a spark with a potential partner or if they "check all your boxes."
You may need to ask your partner more than just, "will you accept this rose?"
This common fantasy can tap into all sorts of enjoyable dynamics, from power play to exhibitionism.
And how to deal with jealousy in relationships in the healthiest way possible.
A therapist shares an easy-to-follow script so you know exactly what to say.
Read this before you slowly slink away from that DM.
As fans continue to be frenzied over the (seeming) return of Bennifer, you might find yourself thinking about reconnecting with your own former fling. But should you actually act on it?
Being in a relationship with someone who is dealing with anxiety can be a challenge, but these tips will help you be the best partner possible.