Communication May Be Key to Improving Family Life, Survey Shows

A little communication may go a long way toward improving your family life. Credit: Getty If you feel like you spend most of your precious time at home arguing and yelling at everyone around you, you may be right. Communication betwe...Talking about something other than the kids' schedules and grocery lists might help your marriage.

The complete opposite of the sexless marriage

Remember those days before you were married, before you had kids? Those we call the salad days, of dating, of togetherness. Generally speaking, those days are full of getting to know each other going out, and lots and lots of sex. Then, we get marri...

Dating for (long)-married couples

Now that you've been married, for perhaps what seems like forever, do you ever date your spouse? Just in time for Valentine's Day comes an article from the New York Times about how couples who've been together a while try to kickstart that romantic ...

Couples who fight live longer

My husband and I are both pretty adept in the art of conflict avoidance. Neither of us likes to fight and we rarely engage in a good knock-down, drag-out. Not that we get along perfectly all the time, but sometimes it just seems easier to leave it be...


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