Written by Sasha Brown-Worsham on CafeMom’s blog, The Stir.
Marriage is so many things at so many different times. It can be hilarious, wild, sex...
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If you keep your relationship happy and healthy, you will automatically have a stronger foundation for everything else you're trying to juggle. Remember, four hands are far more effective than two.
By Valerie Ross
We all know those folks who, even after years together, still can't seem to get enough of each other. Here are five habits of the h...
Marc visited his family in San Diego for the Christmas holidays. I was invited to accompany him but opted for twelve glorious days of soul-searching, stress-free solitude and serenity.
You're ready to talk and -- finally -- so is your spouse. But who can you trust when your heart, time and money are on the line?
One of the things that attracts me to the Hubs is his confidence. He has so much confidence in himself it bubbles over and lifts me up too. But sometimes his confidence gets out of whack.
I turn to my husband and I tell him that my whole life I have dreamed of a man rushing to me, holding me in his arms and whispering to me whatever it is Bill whispers to her. I wait.
By Alana Brager | Life2pointoh
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After the flurry of the wedding prep is done, the big day has come and gone, and you've made it safely home from the honeymoon with your new hubby, yo...
I just heard the news about Al and Tipper Gore. I'm shocked. Yet I'm not. I've come to wonder whether our species is meant to mate for life. Mating habits evolve just as humans have.
Christians are as wildly for sex as anyone; that's what got Bristol into trouble. They simply have an idealized notion of it, one that's increasingly divorced from the reality and the direction of the larger society.
In the last 10 years, I have learned that a house is not a home unless there is something to do. And there always is.
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