Dr drew dating advice
All of this content is offered within an educational/therapeutic context, but it's still too mature for kids.
Like most reality shows, Sex Rehab has its fair share of theatrically dramatic moments in which cast members tearfully work through painful memories and lash out angrily; there's also plenty of salty language (words like “f--k” and “s--t” are bleeped, while others are audible) and images of people drinking and smoking (plus occasional glimpses of cocaine and other drugs).
Both heterosexual and homosexual sexual activities are discussed.
Smoking and drinking are visible; brief images of cocaine and other drugs.
Loveline is a syndicated radio call-in program offering medical and relationship advice to listeners, with the assistance of guests, typically actors and musicians. Loveline began in 1983 as a Sunday night dating and relationships segment on Los Angeles radio station KROQ-FM.
Initially I wanted to watch this show just to see how things played out, but now I’m boycotting." /Although the show is focused on sexual addiction, it addresses its topic seriously and professionally, attempting to lift the veil of secrecy and shame that usually surrounds sexual addiction and underscore the consequences of the disease. Drew and his staff want to help their patients cope with their addiction and lead a better life.