Dr. Cunningham was featured in Star News in an article entitled "Love is a Many Splendored, Chemical Thing" on February 13, 2009.
Dr. Cunningham appeared on KNBC news in a segment on relationship satisfaction on April 29, 2008.
Dr. Cunningham was interviewed for an article dated February 8, 2010 by Fox Business News. She was cited in the article entitled "Money Communication as Key to Happy Marriage As Sex" written by Kathryn Vasel. Here is the link to the article: http://www.foxbusiness.com/story/personal-finance/financial-planning/avoid-having-market-kill-marriage/
Dr Cunningham was interviewed for an article dated May 26, 2010 by Wireless Flash News Inc. The article was entitled "Do Empty Nests Save Marriages?" She was cited in the article as suggesting that marriages can fall apart in the face of empty nest if the kids have been the real "glue" holding the parents together. She suggests that couples tend to creating plenty of positive memories with one another, planning date nights, care days, and romantic vacations. Here is the link to the article: http://www.flashnews.com/news/wfn09100526fn1496.html
On June 2, 2010, Dr. Cunningham was a featured guest on New Day Australia, a radio program in Sydney, Australia hosted by Mike Jeffreys and transmitted through the Fairfax Radio Network. Dr. Cunningham was interviewed by Mike Jeffreys and discussed, among other relationship issues, the impact of the empty nest on marriages and the separation of Tipper and Al Gore.
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Dr. Cunningham was quoted in AOL Rancho Bernardo Patch in an article appearing on December 16, 2010. The article is entitled "Forget Holiday Shopping and Christmas Dinner-What about the In-Laws?" Here is the link to the article :ranchobernardo.patch.com/articles/forget-holiday-shopping-and-christmas-dinner-what-about-the-in-laws
Dr. Cunningham was extensively quoted in the November 8, 2011 edition of the Chicago Tribune in an article entitled: Grabbing Screen Time from a Gaming-Crazed Partner.
Dr. Cunningham was quoted on MiRx Protocol in "What Do Migraines & Intimacy Levels Have In Common?".