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Once you become a parent, your relationship often takes a backseat to the kids. But who says it has to be that way? Get advice on everything from spicing up your marriage post-kids, to tackling tough relationship issues. We promise not to take sides!

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When my partner and I conceived children with an anonymous donor, we assumed we would find some male role models along the way. But the older my son gets, itʼs becoming clear that I have to create a dad—or a few dads—for him. ... more
I never wanted children. So much so that I married someone who also never wanted them. And then suddenly, without any warning, I changed my mind. ... more
When I gave birth to my son, I never thought that I would be raising him with my mother. Although I'm very grateful for her help, some challenges exist. ... more
Meeting other moms allows me to learn, grow, encourage, and be encouraged. So I'm always on the lookout for these types of mamas. ... more
Don't assume that the choice to stand beside a husband in the face of infidelity indicates some form of weakness. I think it's quite the opposite. ... more
Learning why divorce clients' marriages fall apart can really open your eyes to what makes relationships thrive and what doesn't. ... more
Psychologist shares tips for handling common parenting disputes with your partner. ... more
These anti-romance excuses that once sounded ridiculous to your childless self have become a real part of your sex life as a parent. ... more
Sure, life is busy with kids. But it's crucial to connect with your partner as a couple, not just as parents. ... more
I always knew that sending my kids to sleep away camp would help shape them in positive ways, but I didn't realize what a gift it would be for me, too. ... more