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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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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
Before you had kids, getting out of the house with your significant other was as simple as putting one foot in front of the other. But since becoming a parent, it's not so easy. Here are five ways to make your next date night truly... more
The stress of parenting a child with autism slowly chipped away at our marriage until we were left holding crumbling pieces of a once thriving relationship. ... more
After losing his mother, son interviews 20 Facebook friends about how they've coped with their parents' deaths ... more
Even if you get along well with your in-laws, you still may find it's difficult to spend long periods of time with them. It may remind you of old Benjamin Franklin's quote: 'Fish and visitors smell in three days.' ... more
Use these tips to ensure that your kids return to school with positive summer memories of both parents. ... more
Study finds obesity is more prevalent among children of divorced parents ... more
Spending time with grandma and grandpa can build emotional and social intelligence, along with lasting memories. ... more