When you first meet someone and pass the courting stage you will probably enter a period where you enjoy sex at every opportunity you get, this could be daily or twice daily. However, every couple experiences a reduced need for sex as the relationship becomes more comfortable. This does not mean the love has gone, rather that the time available has reduced. Commitments at work and at home will often drain you physically and emotionally leaving very little time for sex.
It is important to note that every marriage is different; if you and your partner are both happy with sex once a month then the intimacy has remained intact. If, however, you feel you do not have sex enough then there is an issue; the following tips can help you to solve this and save your marriage before it is too late: Read more
As any parent knows, taking the family for a trip in the car can often be a stressful situation. Children seldom appreciating sitting still for too long so, in addition to trying to prepare everything and ensuring nothing gets left behind, you often have to deal with aggravated and restless children. Read more
Every relationship goes through difficult patches; this may be to do with external influences or simply a clash of personalities. It can even be related to the pressures of insufficient time to deal with all the matters which need to be sorted. Unfortunately, sometimes the problems can seem too large and the relationship seems doomed to failure. The options are either divorce or consulting a marriage therapist. This can trigger a huge range of emotions when there are children involved. The traditional line of thought is that if the relationship is not working divorce is the right option; the children will be happier if the parents are happy. However, there is also an argument for remaining together; this can be the right option when you have children for a variety of reasons. Read more
A penny saved is a penny earned. Save for a rainy day. A fool and his money are soon parted.
Since we were little, we probably heard these expressions and more about the value of saving money compared to spending it. While it’s fine to live frugally and spend money carefully, it’s also important to know when it’s appropriate to spend a bit more for a better quality product that will last much longer. The following examples illustrate when buying cheap does not pay off. Read more
Finding the right person to settle down with and share your life can be difficult. Many people spend years finding the right one. Unfortunately many people also commit to a relationship which becomes negative and detrimental over time. These people are often not aware that this is happening to them and will not seek relationship advice or relationship counseling. It is often seen in cases of domestic abuse. Fortunately, it is possible for anyone to identify a bad relationship; if your relationship has the following nine symptoms it is time to end it and move on: Read more
Shopping online is one of the best ways to find a bargain without running all over town. It’s also a godsend for busy moms who have to juggle the kids, work, and finding time to buy a birthday present in between soccer practice and music lessons. Mobile devices make it easier than ever to shop whenever, wherever you want, but with this convenience comes the added risk of credit card and identity theft. The last thing you need in your busy schedule is to have to deal with cleaning up the mess of credit card theft. Before you click “submit order,” be sure to follow these mobile security tips to keep yourself from being a victim of online theft: Read more
There is something to be said for teaching your children to stand up for themselves in the face of bullies, but somehow it seems that something went wrong along the way. Instead of a generation of young people who are no longer afraid of being bullied we have created a mindset that encourages our young people to strike first before they are struck. In so doing, they have become the new bullies of the 21st Century. Read more
You’ve limited nighttime liquids, provided encouragement, and have made sure your child goes to the bathroom right before bed. Yet still, your child is frequently wetting the bed and you don’t know what else you can do. Nocturnal enuresis — the medical term for this condition — affects 15 to 25 percent of children around the age of five, and one to two out of 100 teens in the United States. Here is everything you should know about bed wetting and tips on how you can help your child overcome it. Read more