Doubts about getting married are fairly common. You may be worrying that you and your partner aren’t compatible enough. Perhaps there are parts of your relationship that don’t work so well – and you think they could become more of a problem further down the line. Maybe you’ve got the feeling there could be someone… Read more »
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Sexual desire doesn’t disappear as you get older. Sex in later life may be different to when we were younger, but getting older doesn’t mean giving up on sex. In fact, as we get older and less anxious about image, self-confidence, sexual identity… we can just enjoy it and take it as it comes.
We all know that talking to your partner and being open about how you feel is important. But it can be surprisingly easy to let it fall by the wayside — especially with the demands of a busy working life or when you’re looking after children. Why is talking every day important?
When people spend lots of time together, they have the chance to really get to know each other. For example, work affairs often start off slowly. Working together in stressful situations can mean bonding over shared goals or through collaborating on projects. What can start off as a platonic friendship or normal working relationship can,… Read more »
Many couples experience different levels of sex drive at some point in their relationship. For some couples differences in sex drive may have been present from the start of the relationship. That’s common – and lots of people find ways of compromising that feel fine to both partners. For some people, their sex drive lessens… Read more »
US website Huffington Post has been talking with divorce attorneys Stateside and come up with what it describes as ‘the eight biggest relationship killers’. Here are what the attorney’s clients, and what the attorneys themselves, say: My spouse rarely helps out with the kids “When I first meet with people, I often hear that the husband… Read more »
We all know that talking to your partner and being open about how you feel is important. But it’s easy to let regular talking fall by the wayside — especially with the demands of a busy working life or when looking after children. Why is talking every day important?