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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Couple Celebrates 81st Wedding Anniversary Decades After Pals Warned Their Relationship 'Wouldn't Last'
Ron and Joyce Bond even received a special letter from Queen Elizabeth in honor of their 80th anniversary last year.
Borrowing and Loaning Money With Family Members: How to Make Intrafamily Loans Work for a Mortgage
Making an intrafamily mortgage successful for everyone involved takes due diligence. Here, real estate experts share how to lend to or from your own parent or child in order to buy a home.
Mary Lambert Is Engaged! 'Same Love' Singer Says She 'Can't Stop Happy Crying'
Lambert's partner Dr. Wyatt Hermansen proposed to Lambert after three and a half years of dating. "I've dreamt of this moment my whole life!" wrote Lambert.
3 Common Reasons for Postpartum Sex Pain And What to Do About Them
A pelvic floor physical therapist explains three common reasons for painful sex after baby and what people can do to address them.
How Parents Can Decide Which Friends to Keep and Which to Cut Off
If summer was the easing-back-into-socializing phase, September is when things officially get real. Will regrouping with our friends be awkward? Are some rifts beyond repair? Perhaps this can be the start of deeper, more fulfilling bonds.

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Jimmy Carter and Wife Rosalynn Reveal Secrets to 75-Year Marriage—Including 'Plenty of Space'
"We've always gone deeper in our love for one another," Jimmy Carter told Good Morning America ahead of his 75th wedding anniversary with wife Rosalynn.
7 in 10 Americans Really Think Their Mom Is Cool, Survey Finds
Nearly seven in 10 respondents (68%) report that they learned how to juggle responsibilities from watching their moms "do it all" over the years.
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.