Sex and Marriage After Baby

It's hard to think about being intimate when you have all the minutiae of daily life swirling around in your head. Our tips will help you make time for sex and intimacy and put down your to-do list of grocery shopping and doctor appointments.

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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.
I'm a Mom and a Marriage Coach: Here Are My 5 Tips For Keeping Your Relationship Intact Through a Pandemic
The pandemic can be tough on couples, especially ones with kids. Here is my advice on making it through these trying times with your spouse.
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.
Do You Love Your Kids More Than Your Partner?
They shower you with kisses, hand squeezes, and drawings. No wonder your children can feel easier to adore. Here are helpful ways to handle those common, hard-to-admit feelings.
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.

More Sex & Marriage After Baby

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.
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.

Jill Duggar Discusses Her Sex Life and Gives Bedroom Tips: '3-4 Times a Week Is a Good Start'

"Be open with your spouse about your desires and change things up to keep it exciting!" the Counting On star writes.