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Our new episode of "Life After Birth" gets real about postpartum lovin'.
It's only a problem if you think it is.
They normalize the sexual concerns of people who recently had kids.
But you're also keeping babies alive, so don't put too much pressure on yourself.
This mom is keeping it real.
Everyone hates being asked for money, so don't. Crowd funding is not selling a product (your film is, in fact, a product); it's inviting someone to be part of an exclusive experience they can't get any other way. And your perks must reflect that -- make them limited edition items and experiences that disappear once the campaign does.
Couples with young children frequently walk into my office a few years into parenting admitting that they don't have sex often enough. So, how do we increase the amount of intimacy in our relationships when we have so little time? The following are a few ideas on how to make it happen.
It’s pretty much assumed that kids are sex killers. Internet confessionals are an easy way to gather anecdotes about decreased
And so it seems the quality of our sex lives hangs in the balance of these ordinary life moments that have little to nothing to do with sex. And just as easily, they can be reconciled and turned around in a matter of seconds. Remember: In these moments it's really up to you and your partner which way you want your relationship to go.
Although the relationship my husband and I have with our kids is close to perfect, our "us time" has slid down the chain of importance. Somewhere between "shave bikini line" and "buy new socks," is "make time for relationship."