Just because you have acquired the names Mom and Dad doesn’t mean sex has to turn into a boring chore to check off your to-do list. While it is totally normal for relationships to fall into ruts and for sex to become . . . ahem . . . a bit mundane, there are plenty […]
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Going through perimenopause doesn’t mean your libido will go away completely, but it will likely decrease considerably. And if you had difficulties with sex in your relationship before perimenopause, these issues may worsen.
As our kids get older, have later bed times, and don’t take naps, we’re faced with the tough question: When do parents find time to have regular sex? Enter, Sunday nap time.
What kind of mother would I be if I never talked to my son about the dangers of unprotected sex? Or about sexual harassment? Sex education is not just about what pleasures we gain from it, but also about sexual health and family planning. The aim of sexual education is to foster healthy sex practices. […]
Trying to conceal the pain will usually result in you unconsciously withdrawing, which may be perceived as rejection. In the long term, it may lead to withdrawal and stress on the relationship. It is better to be open and honest with your partner and your gynecologist so that you can have the most pleasurable and […]
“Once a cheater, always a cheater.” We’ve all heard that before. Every woman in the room nods her head in agreement. But I am here to tell you that it’s not always true. I should know. Because once upon a time, I cheated on my husband.
Cue the good advice from well-meaning friends and Internet bloggers with all the pep talks and words of wisdom. It’s good for the relationship. It’s good for me. It’s good for my partner. It’s healthy and empowering, and on and on with all endorphins and the benefits. I know. And I don’t care.