According to experts, one gender is more likely to wreck your marriage.
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My journey to being the best wife possible didn’t start on my wedding day. It started the day I became a mom.
That couple that's always debating might be onto something, as long as they're bickering the right way.
We've turned into a married couple cliché by scheduling sex as if it's a doctor's visit.
Get this: Having a stressful marriage can actually kill you.
The payoff: More orgasms and a great time with your partner.
You can have hot sex -- no matter how long you've been together -- if you make your love life a priority.
No, a penis tattoo (gross, Dean McDermott!) would never impress me -- nor would these other things.
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Here's the thing: Improving your sex life means focusing on more than just the physical.
This time together is important; it's how we catch up on the parts of our lives that don't involve our kids.
While away, I have a chance to actually miss my husband. And that's just for starters.