Dr. Molly Barrow

The Official Dr. Molly Barrow Blog offers educational self help advice about relationships, business, dating, marriage, parenting, teenagers and children, self-esteem, love and romance. Dr. Molly Barrow holds a Ph.D in psychology and is the author of Matchlines for Singles and the self-esteem adventure series, Malia and Teacup Awesome African Adventure and Malia and Teacup Out on a Limb. Dr. Molly is a relationship and psychology expert host on progressiveradionnetwork.com and television guest.

Saturday, March 31, 2007

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Dr. Molly Barrow holds a Ph.D. in clinical psychology and is the author of the new book, "Matchlines: A Revolutionary New Way of Looking at Relationships and Making the Right Choices in Love." She is an authority on relationship and psychological topics, a member of the American Psychological Association and a licensed mental health counselor. Dr. Molly has appeared as an expert on NBC, PBS, KTLA, and in O Magazine, Psychology Today, Newsday, MSN.com, Match.com, Women's Health, Women's World and upcoming film My Suicide and television series Ready to Explode. Please visit: http://www.askdrmolly.com, http://www.DrMollyBarrow.com. To read articles by Dr. Molly please visit http://EzineArticles.com/?expert=Molly_Barrow

Thursday, March 29, 2007

Unconditional Love Dr. Molly Barrow Matchlines Relationship Self Help Parenting

After twenty-five years of counseling I believe that if a child has one person who gives them unconditional love and is there for them, then that child can grow into a healthy human being.

Ideally your mother and father are in place and good parents but if they are mentally ill, addicted or deceased, then you may need to be nurtured by others. Perhaps it is your grandmother who adores you, a mentor who teaches you, or a neighbor who simply makes you a cup of tea. Children exposed to unconditional love can learn to give unconditional love to their own children and break a downward spiraling cycle of abuse or neglect. No matter how inadequate parents may be, you can learn to be a consistent loving parent if someone shows you how when you are a young child.

Think back to the one who taught you to give agape love to another person, to yourself or to pet. Pick up a pen and write them a thank you or if they are no longer living, do something in their memory. Remember to be nice to the scrawny kid up the street. You might be their only hope to learn unconditional love.

Wednesday, March 28, 2007

Carradine, Hemingway, Sunday and Dr. Molly Barrow in film My Suicide

New teen film My Suicide starring Gabriel Sunday and Brooke Nevin and edited by young filmmaker Jordan Miller, Sunday, and veteran Tony Randel calls for additional footage of Dr. Molly Barrow, who plays herself, a psychological expert.

My Suicide marks the theatrical feature leading man debut of an extraordinary young man - Gabriel Sunday (Now You See It) of Petaluma, California – who at 20 was already an experienced actor, stand-up comic, gifted impressionist, world-class magician and experienced filmmaker. It is Sunday who becomes Archie Williams. Director David Miller credits Sunday with helping get the independent production financed and moving. “Before my writing partner Eric J. Adams introduced us to Gabe,” he explains, “we really didn’t know if the concept would work. We were looking for a teenager who is a filmmaker, stand-up comic, impressionist, plus a dramatic, comic and physical actor. It was impossible casting until we discovered Gabriel Sunday in Petaluma. This kid has it all and everybody who meets him sees it. He’s the next Robin Williams.” (Regenerate.org website)

Sunday will be a mega star. Fame is a crushing burden for some child stars and many ruin their careers with drugs and alcohol. But Gabe Sunday has two terrific parents and a gentle kindness that will sustain him when reality begins to get distorted by adoring fans. Sunday balances his on-camera madness with shrewd and calculated talent in editing and story telling that, along with the innovative editing of filmmaker Jordan Miller, writing of David Miller and Eric Adams and great cinematography by Lisa Wiegand, creates an unforgettable film for teens worldwide. And, if the original Sundance group of creators have their way, My Suicide will put the brakes on teen suicide for young people everywhere.
Full cast and crew:http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0492896/fullcredits#cast

Tuesday, March 27, 2007

Finding Your Pleasure in a Stress Filled Life Dr. Molly Barrow author of Matchlines Relationship Self Help

Our doctors and therapists warn that stress is the cause of many illnesses and reduces the quality of sleep, relationships and well being. Yet, how can you reduce stress without shirking your duties and responsibilities? Everyone dreams of running away to a French chateau as they are driving the carpool in heavy traffic. However, usually we do not need to change our lives drastically to make substantial improvements to our health and happiness. Here are six steps for type A personalities and overworked moms to use to reduce stress in their minds and their lives.
1. Remember when you were eight years old? What did you think you would be doing when you grew up? Were you a fireman? Visit a firehouse and ask if they need a hand. Were you a ballerina? Enroll in an adult ballet class and for one hour a week be a beginning prima donna. This works because switching professions to a beloved childhood dream, even for a few hours a week, takes you back to childhood fantasy and freedom that is lost for most adults. Play and stress dissolves.
2. Take a body break. Lock the door and lie down on the floor in a sunny spot (use a mat if you wish). Pretend that you are in acting class and be a cat. Take in the warmth of the sun on your skin. Elongate your body and add several inches of length. Widen your body, spreading your arms, shoulders and legs. Stretch and release. Breathe deeply and writhe your body in a sensuous feline stretch. (No one is watching.) After five minutes return to your normal activities, unlock the door and tackle your problems from a more relaxed and lighter sense of being.
3. Eating alone tonight? Be your own special guest. Use china and fancy goblets, linen or at least decorative paper napkins. Design your plate the way the cookbook glossy photographs present the food, even if it is a simple salad. Chew slowly, listen to music and pretend you are in a movie made in the thirties. Be elegant and enjoy your delicious dinner because you matter to you. Standing up in the kitchen wolfing down 800 calories is negative in every possible way. Treat yourself like a winner; your opinion of yourself dictates your ability to be successful.
4. When you are ninety years old what do you want to be remembered for most? A clean kitchen? PTA President? Most sales for your company? Or a rich full life with luxurious relaxation and a myriad of new adventures and activities? We can only do a few things well in a lifetime. You have to pick your top desires and let all the rest go. Learn to delegate those tasks in the nicest possible manner. Swap favors, combine trips, invite your children’s friends over often and in exchange earn free afternoons for your exciting new life. With each moment of satisfaction, you will feel freer and more self actualized, protected from the din of daily stress.
5. Stress narrows our lives to small slivers of repetitive irritation and unmet demands, especially at work or balancing the budget. However, earning money is only the means, not the goal. The answer to, “What do you do?” does include your work, but also your burning desires and goals in life, your entertainment and joys, your loves and losses. Think big and broad, with a far reaching vision when you reply. Feel no need to justify why you love what you love.
6. Unbearable stress may motivate you to make urgent changes. These changes may free you to fully live your life your way. If you had one month, a week or only one day to live, what would you do differently? What words would you regret having not said or actions having not experienced? Sometimes that could mean not fulfilling the expectations that other people have created for you. It is, after all, your life. Make time to begin to do some of those things now that really matter to your life. Remember stress is poisonous frustration and pressure that can be dropped and forgotten everytime you choose to care about you more than demands.

Monday, March 26, 2007

Dr. Molly Barrow teams up with SAGINDI and Independent Films

Dr. Molly Barrow is listed in SAGINDI as a new script consultant/writer who will assist independent filmmakers and writers with the PSYCHOLOGY OF CHARACTER AND BELIEVABILITY. Dr. Barrow is a member of Screen Actors Guild, AFTRA and the American Psychological Association and author of Matchlines: A Revolutionary New Way of Looking at Relationships and Making the Right Choices in Love.

SAGINDIE is a resource for independent film makers. Along with listing casting and skilled production experts, SagIndie assists with contracts between independent film makers and the Screen Actors Guild, the regulatory body of union actors and film making.

"SAGIndie: A gentle and loving union between the hard working thespians of the world and the passionate filmmaking mavericks who buck the system.Since its formation in 1997, SAGIndie has been traveling to film festivals, trade shows and conventions spreading the word: Just because your film isn’t produced by a studio doesn’t mean you can’t use professional talent.In fact, input from indie producers continues to help SAG revise and improve its five low-budget agreements to make it even easier for filmmakers to use SAG actors, regardless of their budget.If you’re going to compete with the big boys you need all the help you can get. So go on, and take advantage of SAG’s vast pool of well-trained talent for your next project. They can always find their mark, pick up cues and in the end save you time and money.

SAGIndie is made possible by a grant from the Screen Actors Guild-Producers Industry Advancement & Cooperative Fund and the letter “R”."
from the SAGINDI.org website

Sunday, March 25, 2007

MATCHLINES MEASUREMENT OF LOVE Dr. Molly Barrow Relationships Self Help

Matchlines is a book that teaches how to balance the differences in a relationship. First, we measure how much capacity to give and receive love that an individual brings to a relationship. Then, we determine who has been damaged or constricted by addictions and abuse to adjust the length of each Love-line. Most importantly, we measure the difference between the length of the two partner's lines called the Love-line Gap. Once you have analyzed your own heritage and experience, you can determine your base Love-line and make strong conclusions with your new found self-knowledge.

How long can Love-lines be? There is no set Love-line dimension to try to achieve because the effect of your Love-line length only matters in relation to your companion’s Love-line length. The amount of Love-line Gap is all that is relevant.

After you analyze your partner’s Love-line, you will discover who is longer, both overall and in specific areas, and that is the secret to knowing how to treat your partner in a healthy, successful relationship. For more help with your relationship study the test in my book Matchlines to discover how to adjust your relationship and help to reveal the length of your Line and your partner's.

Friday, March 23, 2007

Dr. Molly Barrow Selected to Star in University Commercials

Butler Films of Washington D.C. selected Dr. Molly Barrow to star in two national commercials for Walden University. Dr. Barrow graduated from Walden University in 1998 with a Ph.D. in clinical psychology. Dr. Barrow is the author of Matchlines: the Revolutionary New Way of Looking at Relationships and Making the Right Choices in Love and expert in O Magazine, Psychology Today and Women's Health. The commercial will be filmed in Baltimore in early April.

Thursday, March 22, 2007

Survive Love Grief Dr Molly Barrow author of Matchlines

In everyone’s life, there is the one love affair that in spite of giving all that you have to the relationship, your partner still breaks your heart. The sharp jab to your belly and excruciating pain of abandonment is unique in its ability to incapacitate you and make you do regrettable blunders. The desperate attempts to save what you alone believe is a relationship worth saving produces humiliating encounters with your ex-love that hurt you even more. If your beloved happily moves on to a new love, you are left alone to wither and cry without the benefit of your lovers healing embrace. What can you possibly do to feel better? Here are five techniques to help you survive love grief.

1. Keep the Love
You do not have to stop loving someone just because you do not see your partner any more. Even if the relationship is over, the time you spent together will always be a part of your life. The good quality love that you gave was a beautiful part of you and you can keep warm memories of the good times for the rest of your life - even if he or she acted badly. The worst pain is trying to force yourself to stop loving someone before you are ready to let go. So, don’t.
2. Stop Trying to Control
You cannot control what someone else feels or does in the relationship. You can control the kind of partner that you select, and how much you are willing to sacrifice for that partner. The more obsessive and controlling you are in a dying relationship, the longer you will cling to the crumbs that someone tosses you. Sometimes you have to take some humiliating moments as you wrestle with letting go. Sometimes a clean break can be very harsh if you have isolated yourself from your friends. No one should take verbal or physical abuse in the name of love, but sometimes you have to stay longer than you should, just to begin to restructure your life.
3. What Are the Odds
Can you meet someone in high school, marry and stay together forever? You can, but it happens rarely these days. You have probably broken it off with other people in the past that you had grown tired of and perhaps, they suffered. You may have felt badly about hurting them, but you were over them and moved on. The difference here is only who walked away first. Most relationships fail, until you find the Right One.
4. Better to Have Loved
When you are ninety years old, would you want to say you played it safe and never took the risk of getting hurt? You have known love. That is a success in life. It does not matter if you were treated rudely, had your heart walked on or someone cheated on you. That is a story about them, not you. You loved and no matter how it ended, be proud that you are capable of caring.
5. It Only Hurts For a Long Time
If you have truly loved someone with all your heart and lost before, then you know it may take six months to a year to recover from the grief. If it is your first broken heart, it may seem like the pain will never end. However, it will. Go to a therapist as soon as you break up and make it easier on yourself for the first month or two. Everyday you go through the motions and after several months, you realize that you forgot the pain for a little while. At that moment, you will realize that you will survive this broken heart and learn to love again.

Dr. Molly Barrow holds a Ph.D. in clinical psychology and is the author of the new book, “Matchlines: A Revolutionary New Way of Looking at Relationships and Making the Right Choices in Love.” She is an authority on relationship and psychological topics, a member of the American Psychological Association and a licensed mental health counselor. Dr. Molly has appeared as an expert on NBC, PBS, KTLA, WBZT and in O Magazine, Psychology Today, Newsday, The Nest, MSN.com, Yahoo, Match.com, N Magazine, Women’s Health and Women’s World. Please visit: http://www.askdrmolly.com http://www.DrMollyBarrow.com/

Ten Ways to Teach Your Child to Be Kind by Dr Molly Barrow

Kids do what you do, not what you say. Cruel adults usually begin their patterns of abuse as children with brutality to animals. Parents have an opportunity to instill kind behavior in their children by teaching the importance of a respectful relationship with people, pets and the planet. Protection and kindness are learned behaviors that parents can pass down to their children and grandchildren. Here are a few basics that can help teach a young child to be kind.

1. Let Sleeping Birds Lie
We have all seen the photo of a young child running on the beach with a flock of birds startled into the air. “Wings of Hope” and the Collier Audubon society say, “Never force birds to fly. If you see birds on a beach, walk around them quietly. They are resting!” Tiptoe past the birds and tell your child the birds are sleeping. Act disappointed if you see other children disturbing the birds. Never disturb the baby turtle nests.
2. Kelly’s Habitat
Pick a far corner of your yard and let your child plant a native wildlife habitat. Select plants or trees that birds and butterflies build nests in or enjoy as food sources. Name the habitat after your child and encourage him or her to observe and record all the species they find in their habitat.
3. Communicate Your Special Love
Talk to your children about a dear pet that you had as a child and how important the animal was to you. Find an old photo of you and your pet to show that you cared deeply for a pet when you were their age. Reminisce and share the importance of your pet even though they are gone.
4. Safe or Dangerous
If you witness a young child treating an animal unkindly, take action to protect the animal immediately. However, rather than react violently yourself, speak in an exaggerated sad voice reassuring the animal that “Little Billy did not mean to hurt you and now he is very sorry and wants to treat you kindly.” Remember the child sees images of attacking animals in cartoons, storybooks and television. The child cannot judge the appropriate reaction to an animal without guidance from others. Toddlers have no ability to judge whether he or she should kill an animal or care for an animal. Expect children to be harsh with anything that frightens them and make the wrong decision about new situations. Give the child an opportunity to treat the animal gently one last time. If the child teases hurtfully or reacts violently to the animal again, put the child in time out for the number of minutes that matches their age. Deny the child access and opportunity to abuse the animal and supervise future interaction. Handling or caring for an animal is a privilege earned by good behavior.
5. Not Tested on Animals
Buy products and cosmetics free from cruel testing and blinding of animals. Be outspoken about why you are choosing one mascara over the other and donate your old fur coats to a wild animal conservancy to use as beds for orphaned wolf cubs and fox kits.
6. Death by Any Other Name
Remember that veal means infant cow, bacon is a pig and Thanksgiving dinner is a turkey. You can find organic milk from free roaming pasture-raised cows available even at Starbucks. Some people have chosen to eat vegetables rather than animals. You may always choose to eat meat but it is not really a steak, it is a cow.
7. Hemp, Cotton and Wool
The latest products – that require nothing “to die for,” easily replace your leather designer purse, matching shoes or mink collar. Buy your family’s clothing from companies that treat their workers humanely and boycott sweatshop products that use child labor and slave wages.
8. Discipline Means Teaching
Give ample affection and fun to your child. Teach them to follow sane simple rules but watch out that your well-meaning discipline never crosses over the line to child abuse. Millions of parents have raised children without spanking, hitting, swearing or shaming.
9. Mr. Rogers, Blue’s Clues and Sesame Street
Children learn kindness from watching adults. Turn off the ridiculous hypnotic violence in film and television. Advertisers care more about ratings than about protecting your child from visual scenes of abuse that he or she may never forget. A child’s psyche benefits from healthy programming for children and the absence of sadistic shows.
10. You Got the Whole Wide World in Your Hands
The Sierra Club recommends Energy star-rated light bulbs and sensors that turn lights on and off. Explain to your child about the planet’s threshold for pollution and the serious consequences human actions can have on the Earth.

Some choices may be difficult and take extra effort. Learning to be kind will make your child stronger in their character, ethics, morality and more certain about right and wrong when faced with difficult teenage decisions. Your self-esteem goes up when you do the right things and you become kind to yourself, too. Remember little faces are watching you. Your own behavior choices, not your words, will define kindness for your child.


Dr. Molly Barrow holds a Ph.D. in clinical psychology and is the author of the new book, “Matchlines: A Revolutionary New Way of Looking at Relationships and Making the Right Choices in Love.” She is an authority on relationship and psychological topics, a member of the American Psychological Association and a licensed mental health counselor. Dr. Molly has appeared as an expert on NBC, PBS, KTLA, WBZT and in O Magazine, Psychology Today, Newsday, The Nest, MSN.com, Yahoo, Match.com, N Magazine, Women’s Health and Women’s World. Please visit: http://www.askdrmolly.com http://www.DrMollyBarrow.com/

Photograph by Atom McCree.

Tuesday, March 20, 2007

POWERFUL PEACE Dr. Molly Barrow author of Matchlines

A political snag of the worst kind challenges America. A complete breakdown of our government’s oversight system may have occurred. Apparently, if a criminal, incompetent or lunatic managed to take control of the White House and start a fight using our children for weapons and targets, no one in government would have the power or the courage to stop him or her. Must all politicians act the same by offering promises that become meaningless once elected? Perhaps, incredibly, war is more attractive than peace for some people. Certainly, millions of citizens entertain themselves by voting on television game shows while soldiers face horrors for us every day and every night.

In an attempt to right the wrongs, the American people patiently elected new politicians, many who are female, who advocated new directions and a new way to end the slaughter. However, succinctly spoken by the Vice President, “They (you and me) can not stop us (the administration).” Does that mean that instead of representing the voice of the majority, our Senate and House will passively endorse this mess because we are already there? Can no one think of a sane alternative to hand-to-hand combat and killing for two years or two decades? Have several hundred thousand deaths succeeded in only creating more, not less, enemies and terrorists? There must be an American smart enough to run this country morally and efficiently.

What could make America a friend rather than a foe to her enemies? One day we will find peace with Iraq, South Korea and Iran and other future conflicts as well, just as we have with past hated enemies like England, Japan and Germany. Is it possible to start on that road sooner than later? Irreplaceable lives depend on someone leading us to powerful peace. Someone who knows that the bravest course of action is creating peace, not war.

Sunday, March 18, 2007



The news that you are expecting a baby can be glorious or worrisome depending on the parent’s age, financial situation or disposition to be a parent. Pregnancy can bring opportunity for great happiness and/or serious problems like birth defects, stress on relationships and strain on budgets. Here is how one young soldier found a solution through counseling. Confidentiality requires identifiers to be changed.

Becky was in the Army. She was a dedicated young career officer in training and looking forward to her opportunity to serve in Iraq. She was considering moving in with her boyfriend who served in the National Guard. However, her boyfriend had begun to micro manage her recently and she was getting tired of it. They had a terrible fight and she discovered she was glad to be out of the relationship. After her break-up with her boyfriend, Becky moved in with her mother who was divorced and supporting a teen-age son. Becky promised her mother that the living situation would be temporary as she expected the call to go to Iraq in the next few months.

A few weeks later, she went to her doctor because she was so fatigued she was having trouble with her duties. The smiling nurse told Becky that she was pregnant. The reality of what a pregnancy would do to her military career was devastating. She left the office in a daze. She regretted the nights she had a few drinks and blew off birth control.

Becky’s doctor had suggested she seek counseling because she was so upset. At home, she was drinking too much and her mother thought Becky was worried about the risk of deployment. It was just the opposite. Becky was afraid she would not be deployed. Her mother insisted that she get some counseling, too.

Becky decided she would get some help with her options, but she was almost sure what she was going to do. Becky believed she could not have a military opportunity and raise a baby. Although the military has counselors, she was trying to hide her pregnancy from her superiors. She said she had trained to kill an enemy, but she did not know how to handle terminating her pregnancy. Therefore, she was stuck, unable to make a decision and had no one to talk to that she could trust. Becky said that she had not told anyone that she was pregnant and was trying to make this life decision alone. She did not want to marry the father. His behavior had become more outlandish and threatening since they broke up and she no longer could imagine a future with him. She was certain the Army would not send a pregnant officer to serve overseas. Tearfully, she explained that she had made up her mind to abort the fetus.

During her first counseling session, Becky revealed that her mother had been a terrific mom and that she had aspired to be the same to her future children. She hated herself for drinking so much knowing that she was pregnant. After several sessions, because Becky was so young and very close to her mother, Becky agreed that the right approach was to confide in her family.

Becky decided on her own that if she were going to tell her family that she should also tell the father of the baby. However, her boyfriend was unwilling to change his career path to be a fulltime father, but he said he wanted Becky to have the baby, anyway. Becky expected his response and his lack of sacrifice. Somehow, she thought he would help her and now she felt even worse. She was reluctant to tell her mother who might hurt her feelings or criticize her more. Nevertheless, she bravely sat down with her mother.

Surprisingly, rather than scolding Becky for being careless, her mother did not hesitate to present a third workable option. Her mother was dreading the empty nest loneliness she expected when her son left for college in a few years. She saw the baby as a gift and offered to adopt the baby while Becky continued her military career. Becky was relieved beyond words. She began to eat right and stopped drinking alcohol completely. She took a leave and delivered a beautiful, healthy child. For several years, Becky and her mother have shared a happy toddler, who even has regular visits from his father and paternal grandparents.

Becky was extremely fortunate that her mother was capable of raising another child. An overwhelming problem in one person’s life became the solution to loneliness in another’s. If a difficult decision worries you, seek help from a trained therapist and the people who love you. Together, you just may find a creative solution to your impossible problem.

Dr. Molly Barrow holds a Ph.D. in clinical psychology and is the author of the new book, “Matchlines: A Revolutionary New Way of Looking at Relationships and Making the Right Choices in Love.” She is an authority on relationship and psychological topics, a member of the American Psychological Association and a licensed mental health counselor. Dr. Molly has appeared as an expert on NBC, PBS, KTLA, WBZT and in O Magazine, Psychology Today, Newsday, The Nest, MSN.com, Yahoo, Match.com, N Magazine, Women’s Health and Women’s World. Please visit: http://www.askdrmolly.com http://www.DrMollyBarrow.com/

Sunday, March 11, 2007

Prudy Taylor Board Boca Times Newspaper Reviews Matchlines Dr. Molly Barrow

Wednesday, March 07, 2007

Is the Ex Coming to Visit Your Child?

Is your Ex coming to visit your child? The most important consideration is not you and your stirred up anxiety. Your child needs a relationship with their parent more than you need to resolve old feelings from the past. As long as you trust the parent to keep the child fed and safe from danger or abuse, be quiet and let their relationship be what it can be. Relax, think of your Ex more as a babysitter than a threat. Take the free time and treat yourself to good parenting rewards, like walks along the shore, a new shirt, a pedicure, a glass of wine or wheat grass with a friend. No matter how wonderful a parent you are, you are only capable of fulfilling fifty percent of your child's parenting needs. They need to know they are worthy and having a visit from an absent parent can mend a big hole in your child's heart. Let it be and wish your child the love of that parent. Your Ex may have abandoned and hurt the family and you may feel they do not deserve your child's love. However, your child deserves to feel loved by his or her parents as much as possible. Never say an unkind word about your child's parent. Kids see the truth, usually around twelve years old, anyway. Pray for that parent to finally get it before it is too late, to realize that a child's love is precious and valuable, never to be taken for granted or squandered. Miracles happen. Sometimes people do get wiser with maturity and time, even Exes.

Monday, March 05, 2007


Walden University representative Shannon Mouton has scheduled Dr. Molly Barrow to lecture to the Walden University community on June 12, 2007 at 2:00 P.M. Dr. Barrow will be discussing the findings of her dissertation, Pathways and Pitfalls to Co-Parenting After the Divorce and her new book Matchlines: A Revolutionary New Way of Looking at Relationships and Making the Right Choices in Love Dr. Barrow's book Matchlines is available at Amazon, Barnes and Noble and Borders booksellers.

Sunday, March 04, 2007

Two Thumbs Up! JOHNNY GRANT Mayor of Hollywood and DR. MOLLY BARROW author of MATCHLINES

"Dr. Molly Barrow's new book Matchlines contains an astonishing formula for solving love problems. Maybe it's time we turn the world's problems over to the good doctor! I'm sure she would have some cultured ideas on World Peace. Next stop -- Tinseltown!"

Johnny Grant
Ceremonial Mayor of Hollywood

Darryl Hickman Actor Writer Director Endorses Dr. Molly Barrow author of Matchlines

“Are you looking for a long-term love relationship with a short-term partner? If you are, you’re in trouble. You need Dr. Molly Barrow’s new book, Matchlines. The unique, innovative formula she describes will help you solve your problems. I learned a lot from Dr. Molly’s fascinating book, and I think you will, too.”

Darryl Hickman — actor, writer, director, producer, teacher and author of The Unconscious Actor®: Out of Control, In Full Command®

Thank you for the kind words. Please check out Darryl Hickman's new fabulous book on acting, The Unconscious Actor! Dr. Molly

Dr. Molly Barrow Receives Second Invite from Skylar Stone Radio Show

Listen to Dr. Molly Barrow on Tuesday March 13 on the Skylar Stone's Pillowtalk Show on WBZT, from the Boardroom to the Bedroom with the passionate Skylar Stone. Listen live on http://www.wbzt.com/pages/streaming.html

Friday, March 02, 2007

Borders Bookstores Selects Dr. Molly Barrow, Author of Matchlines, a New Book on Relationships, to Open New Store

Dr. Molly Barrow will headline new Borders store opening on April 1st, 2007 in Ft. Myers, Florida. Dr. Molly Barrow will speak and sign her new book Matchlines: A Revolutionary New Way of Looking at Relationships and Making the Right Choices in Love on Sunday, April 1, 2007 at 4:00 P. M. Barrow has been feautured in O Magazine, Women's Health, Psychology Today, N Magazine and Newsday.