Thinking of moving in with your partner but hearing an earful from your mother? Meet your ammunition: A new study in the February issue of the Journal of Marriage and Family found that cohabitating couples are happier than married ones.
37%), reflecting the increasing divide between the minority of men who have sexual options and the rest. I've stated before that my interest in sex (and who's having it) is a strategic one. I'm not concerned with moral questions ...
"In her early 20s, Crystal assumed she simply had a high sex drive. She said: “Looking back I should have realised I had an addiction. People call me easy or assume I’m a slut. I don’t care what anyone thinks.”
Curator comment: no discussion of sources of assistance. From the DailyRecord.co.uk: ("Best for Scottish News And Sport"), January 27, 2012.
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Older Couples' Sexual Relationships Jeopardized at Care FacilitiesMyHealthNewsDailyOlder couples have an easier time maintaining their sexual relationships when living in their own homes, compared with living in elderly care homes.
New York Daily NewsLesbian couple who got hitched shortly after gay marriage became ...New York Daily NewsIt was inevitable. The legalization of gay marriage in New York is yielding the first wave of gay divorces.
Your need for 'alone time' is determined by your personality and your 'attachment style.'...
Having enough space, or privacy, in a relationship is even more important to a couple's happiness than a good sex life, according to a recent unpublished analysis of data from an ongoing federally funded longitudinal study.
And women tend to be more unhappy with the amount of space in their marriage than men.
"Space gives people time to process thoughts, pursue hobbies and relax without responsibilities to others. And the time apart gives partners something new to talk about."
Who does not want much – I mean, really great – sex? Sexual health is our dependency on it. Of course, there is no magic “snap your fingers and have a great sex” equation. Good sexual health takes a lot of hard work and ...
Curator comment: this article is being curated on this site mainly because it ran in an Irish publication.
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