Why couples therapy works; plus, what happens if there's a writer's strike : It's Been a Minute A big strike might be coming to Hollywood. That's because the Writer's Guild of America - the union that protects screenwriters - is pushing back against what they see as unfair wages. NPR's Linda Holmes explains why we as viewers should care. Plus, Brittany talks with Dr. Orna Guralnik. Orna is the lead therapist on Showtime's docuseries Couples Therapy, and her and Brittany discuss how to bridge differences in relationships, how to maintain meaningful relationships, and why humans have the capacity to heal.

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Brittany goes to 'Couples Therapy;' Plus, why Hollywood might strike

Brittany goes to 'Couples Therapy;' Plus, why Hollywood might strike

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A big strike might be coming to Hollywood. That's because the Writer's Guild of America - the union that protects screenwriters - are pushing back against what they see as unfair wages. NPR's Linda Holmes explains why we as viewers should care. Plus, Brittany talks with Dr. Orna Guralnik. Orna is the lead therapist on Showtime's docuseries Couples Therapy, and her and Brittany discuss how to bridge differences in relationships, how to maintain meaningful relationships, and why humans have the capacity to heal.