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Six years ago, George Straley found himself unexpectedly single with two young sons and just a high school diploma. He felt like his small family was dropping off a metaphorical cliff. Fortunately, they found a soft landing, courtesy of his parents — Joe and Sandy Straley — who made room in their Salt Lake City rambler.
But now, 13 months in, some couples have found themselves navigating a change in relationship dynamic – one with a lot less heat and a lot more boredom.
Since the Covid-19 corona virus pandemic, most people use gadgets more often. As a result, many people frequently doomscrolling , which is the habit of reading bad news that increases anxiety and fear.
Whether you’re dreaming of cute little fingers and toes or you’re just deciding which birth control method works best for you, family planning conversations are an important part of a long-term relationship.
Putting time in for sex on your calendar doesn't sound very sexy, but it may be just the thing you need in order to prioritize romance.
When you are watching yet another crime show on TV, do ever think to yourself, “why am I so obsessed with this?”