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No, the Lockdown Has Not Led to a Divorce Boom

According to some media reports, marriages are cracking under the strain of lockdown and divorce rates are soaring. In August, Mailonline reported a divorce boom in the United States.

In September BBC news reported a divorce boom in the UK. Read between the lines, though, and you should start to smell a rat.… Read More

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How Watching Porn May Affect Your Sex Life

lovemakingYou think it’s a bit of harmless fun, but watching porn really does affect a man’s performance in the bedroom.

Men partial to perusing a lot of X-rated material are more likely to suffer erectile dysfunction — and it’s because they are so used to looking at kinky images, experts suggest.… Read More

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Grilled Cheese Lovers Have More Sex, Study Says

Gooey-Grilled-Cheese-SandwichHere’s yet another reason to love grilled cheese: Fans of the ooey, gooey sandwiches have more sex, a new study has found.

Thirty-two percent of grilled cheese fans have sex at least six times a month, versus 27 percent of those who don’t like the sandwich, according to the dating and social-networking site Skout, which released the findings before National Grilled Cheese Day on Sunday.… Read More

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When Marriage Counseling Doesn’t Work

women-at-counselingGood marriage counselors are worth their weight in gold.

There are thousands of well-trained individuals out there who work for the couple and not for one individual and who work with ethics in mind—these counselors help both parties with their individual and combined goals in order to help the couple move forward — whatever that may look like.Read More

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Interesting Questions to Ask Your Spouse or Partner to Build Intimacy

There are many out there who get intimacy mixed up with other healthy relationship “requirements.”

Intimacy is not the same thing as sexuality and is not the same thing as passion.

So what is it?

Intimacy is “in-to-me-see”!

It is truly knowing and trusting your partner; it is being vulnerable around each other; it is absolute commitment and understanding; it is offering up care and compassion in times of need; it is being a “we” and not a “me”; and it is open and honest communication.… Read More