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.
Leaking milk, constant feedings--no wonder you're not in the mood! But you can reclaim some of the pre-baby passion.
Most doctors recommend waiting 4 to 6 weeks after birth to start having sex again, but should you hold off longer? Here's what you need to know about when to get it on after having Baby.
A new study reveals that it's the affection we get from our partners--and not the act of sex itself--that makes us happier.
A new study says married couples are in a sex slump and technology is probably to blame.
Yes, you can have great sex after pregnancy!
If your sex drive is feeling out of whack after giving birth to Baby, don't worry -- it's normal! We'll tell you how to get your groove back ASAP.
We all fight in front of our kids. But are we doing it right? Read on to learn strategies for hashing things out in a way that won't upset your children.
Dr. Elizabeth Pryor answers the question, Why am I not in the mood anymore since my baby was born?
Expert advice on how long you should wait before resuming sex after giving birth, and how you can help your husband cope in the meantime.
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They may forget to pick up their socks, but fathers will also pull out all the stops for their kids. Meet our honorees.
When it comes to the most challenging aspects of marriage and co-parenting, these famous parents haven't held back.
A smart new book offers take-the-high-road advice to improve any relationship.
Having children can kill your sex life. Here's how we work to prevent that from happening.
Do you find yourself suffering after sex on occasion? Read how to avoid getting urinary tract infections.
How will your body look after your baby arrives? Here are some major changes you'll experience, from hair loss to constipation.
Do you have sex more or less than most parents? The answer may surprise you, based on results from a shocking new survey comparing couples' expectations of their love life post-kids vs. reality.
We've got the lowdown on the top ten things you need to know to make it good for both of you again.
The leap into parenthood seriously tests many couples. We'll help you safeguard your relationship.
Your sex life may never be the same again -- it'll be better!
Having sex after Baby can be a very different experience. Here's the lowdown on what to expect in the bedroom and how to adapt.
Two truly become one through your child. One parent relationship expert weighs in on how a child can bring you closer to your partner.
Ever wonder how much sex other parents are having? (Um...yes!) We asked four parents to track their sex lives for five days. Then Hilda Hutcherson, MD, author of Pleasure, A Woman's Guide to Getting the Sex You Want, Need, and Deserve, analyzed each juicy journal.
Sex becomes a full-blown job, something that you have to plan and coordinate.