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How to Convince Your Partner to Do Something You Need Them to Do

So you want to scale back on eating meat or stick to a new budget? It doesn’t have to rock your relationship. Here are expert tips to nicely find a way to reach common ground with your partner.
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What Sex Therapists Want Parents to Know

Yes, you can have quality private time even when your kids are young, you’re annoyed with your partner, and you’re constantly tired. Sex professionals (no, not that kind) share their best advice for getting in sync again.
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What to Do if Only One Parent Wants More Kids

It's not easy when one partner wants more kids and the other doesn't. Experts weigh in on how to navigate this emotionally-driven scenario.
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It's OK If You Want Sex Less Than Ever Right Now, but Here's Why Physical Touch Still Matters

Navigating a global pandemic isn't exactly a turn-on for most stressed out parents, but there are a bevy of reasons relationship experts are encouraging couples to continue to find ways to connect physically.
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How to Keep Romance Alive While Under Quarantine With Your Kids

Missing date nights with your S.O.? Here's how you can keep your love life afloat while maintaining social distancing measures.
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8 Marriage Issues You'll Face After Baby and How to Solve Them

No money, no sex, and no time. This isn't how you pictured parenthood with the man you love. Here's how to get your relationship back on track.
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8 Surprising Truths About Sex After Birth

How long after birth can you have sex, and what will it feel like? Follow this postpartum guide for having comfortable and enjoyable sex after pregnancy.
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How to Make Sure Isolation With Your Partner Doesn't End in a Quarantine Divorce

As families around the country hunker down at home to practice social distancing or even adhere to shelter in place orders, couples are increasingly at risk of butting heads. Here's what you can do to safeguard your relationship, according to experts.