Happen Magazine (www.happenmagazine.com ) -- the first and only weekly magazine focused exclusively on dating and relationships -- continues to expand its panel of experts and its roster of A-list regular columnists, providing singles with edgy and enticing content and straight-on advice tackling an array of dating scenarios.
Judy Gordon, fashion expert, founder of The Trend Report (www.thetrendreport.com ) and Style Editor for NBC's The TODAY Show; Dr. Lillian Glass, Ph.D., psychologist, voice and body-language expert and author of Attracting Terrific People, He Says, She Says and I Know What You're Thinking; and duo Josh Piven and Jennifer Worick, authors of The Worst-Case Scenario Survival Handbook: Dating and Sex, all have joined Happen Magazine's lineup of contributing experts.
"Our readers asked for it, and we're giving them just what they want -- candid advice and information from a diverse group of advisors and contributors who aren't afraid to explore subject matters important to single people," said Janet Siroto, Editor-in-Chief of Happen Magazine.
Each week, Happen Magazine reports on the latest trends in dating and relating, poll questions, exclusive Q&A sessions with celebrities like Ashton Kutcher, Amanda Peet and Vivica Fox, film and book reviews, and relationship advice. Happen also hosts "Relationship Court," a unique and provocative monthly column in which the reigning first female judge of The People's Court, Judge Marilyn Milian, presides over relationship issues and weighs the validity of each side's argument. Presented in the classic "he-said, she-said" format, Judge Milian ultimately provides her verdict and advice.
In addition to Gordon, Glass, Piven and Worick, Happen's contributors include Sari Locker, sex educator and author of The Complete Idiots' Guide to Amazing Sex; Greg Godek, romance guru and author of bestseller 1001 Ways to Be Romantic; Rachel Greenwald, author of bestseller Find a Husband After 35 Using What I Learned at Harvard Business School; Dr. Jane Greer, psychologist and author of Gridlock: Finding the Courage to Move on in Love, Work and Life and How Could You Do This to Me? Learning to Trust After Betrayal; Jami Bernard, film expert and award-winning film critic for The Daily News, author of Chick Flicks and The A List; Veronica Chambers, writer for Esquire, The New York Times and author of When Did You Stop Loving Me? and Having It All: Black Women and Success; Steve Friedman, author of The Gentleman's Guide to Life; Kathy Dyson, travel expert and author of 100 Best Romantic Resorts in the World; and Ross Mayfield, networking expert and CEO of SocialText.
Happen Magazine can be found online at www.happenmagazine.com and is currently available free of charge.
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