It can be hard to maintain your relationships after you have kids. Learn easy ways to stay connected with old friends, the case for making new friends, and how to fan the flames of romance with your partner. (Yes, it's possible.)

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The Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Has Sparked a Conversation About Birth Control and Blood Clots

In light of recent news about the J&J vaccine, people have been pointing out the rate of blood clots among people who take birth control. But can the two really be compared?

3 Things to Know Before Getting Serious With a Partner When You Have Kids

There is often more to think about when dating as a parent. As a divorce coach, this is the advice I give my clients who are with a new partner or looking for one.

Is It OK to Argue in Front Of Your Kids?

With more stress during the pandemic, it's normal for couples to have a few more arguments than usual. But does it harm your children when they witness a dispute? Experts say it's not that you're arguing that matters, it's how.

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Moms Deserve to Get Butterflies in Love, Too

I was an almost 40-year-old mom of four, but I felt like a teenager with the man I would end up marrying—and I deserved that.

How to Make New Mom Friends During the Pandemic

The pandemic changed everything, including our friendships. Now new and seasoned mothers alike are missing support they once had at at time we need it most. Here's how to get it back.

I Felt I Was in a Dead Marriage After Having Kids, And Here's How We Fixed It

Like many Millennials, I delayed getting married until I found my ideal partner. But I realized it took more than that to have a happy marriage. As a marriage coach, here are eight things I learned can help couples build a strong foundation.