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Full Name  Jamie Turndorf
Role  Writer
Name  Jamie Turndorf

Nationality  American
Education  Vassar College
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Born  July 12, 1958 (age 57) (1958-07-12) Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.
Residence  Millbrook, New York, U.S.
Alma mater  Vassar College (AB) Adelphi University School of Social Work (M.S.W.) California Coast University (Ph.D.)
Occupation  psychotherapist, relationship and communication expert, author, advice columnist
Partner(s)  Emile Jean Pin (1979–2006)
Books  Love Never Dies: How to Recon, Till Death Do Us Part (Unless I, Kiss Your Fights Good‑bye, The Pleasure of Your Co

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Jamie Turndorf (born July 12, 1958, in Boston, Massachusetts) is an American psychotherapist, writer and media personality. She is known for her website,, which she founded in 1995, her syndicated radio show, Ask Dr. Love, and her books Till Death Do Us Part (Unless I Kill You First) and Love Never Dies. She also hosts a radio show, Love Never Dies, on the Hay House radio website.


Turndorf created her website,, in 1995, and has been known to fans as "Dr Love" ever since. On the site, registered members can submit questions for consideration to be answered by Turndorf and published on the site for the benefit of the public. The site has accumulated a store of original articles addressing a broad array of relationship, marriage, dating, and sex advice issues. The site was noted with awards from Starting Point and Web Crawler, and in 1999, was listed in IDG’s Complete Idiot’s Guide to Online Dating and Relating.

As a guest expert, Turndorf has appeared on numerous radio and television shows. She is the "Resident Love Doctor" of HLN Weekend Express with Natasha Curry. Her advice columns have also been featured on HLN and She has been quoted on, Fox Five Online,, eRelationshipAdviceCafe, MSN Living and Discovery TV’s websites. She also writes a relationship column, "We Can Work It Out", for Psychology Today online.

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