Good sex is extremely important for all couples. Though your libido may ebb and flow over the years, you should aim to make sex a priority, because the physical intimacy can make you feel mentally and emotionally closer as well. Most people have to work at having a good sexual relationship, so don't feel badly if your sex life isn't exactly what you want. Positions Many … [Read more...] about Sex Enhancement Tips
You wake up at 5am to a baby crying, but your husband rolls over and continues snoring. With a freshly diapered baby on one hip and a cup of tea in the other hand, you start breakfast, wake up the other kids, get everyone ready for school, get yourself ready for work, and all before six thirty. Your husband strolls into the kitchen looking fresh around seven, gives you a peck … [Read more...] about Getting in the Mood After Kids
All couples will eventually get into a rut with their sex lives. It may be because of changing situations - like a new baby or a promotion that requires more hours spent at work - or you could just be bored. Whether you like it or not, sex is an important part of your relationship, and you need to work on ways that you can make it better. Talk to your partner about the … [Read more...] about Fun Ways To Spice Up Your Sex Life
Are you hot and bothered yet? New parents tend to forget their role as loving, indulging lovers and sexual beings. Here are five great tips tips for your mutual, male/female pleasure, to help you find your bliss: 1. Don’t be passive: Even missionary position allows you to be recreational. Thrust back against him, elevate your pelvis & add sexual energy to the … [Read more...] about Bringing Sexy Back: Tips for New Parents
We recently published an article - "The Trouble With Labels: What Do You Call A Stepmom?" - on the tricky situations that can arise in blended families. In the words of one step-mom, "The only time I truly become uncomfortable is when the other children at [my stepson's] school refer to me as his mom. I'll enter the classroom to pick D up, and all the children start saying, 'D, … [Read more...] about Readers Respond: What to Call a Step-Parent?