Our sex and relationship expert shares her advice on how to have a more affectionate relationship with your spouse, no matter how long you’ve been married.
Safety first. While it may be the least sexy slogan ever, practising safe sex has never been more important for newly single
Sex and relationships therapist Cheryl Fraser tells you everything you need to know.
Relationship expert and author Laura Bilotta of the dating website Single in the City (singleinthecity.ca) offers her tips for getting back into the dating game.
Had amazing sex with your partner while you were away? Here’s how to bring that passion into the bedroom at home.
What would you do if your partner had an affair? Meet three women who, in their own way, learned to pick themselves up and move forward again.
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For most couples, things can cool off over time. Here’s how to rekindle that fire.
Relationship expert and sex educator, Dr. Laura Berman, shares what every woman needs to do to feel more confident in the bedroom.
Not that you needed another reason to make love, but having sex can actually tone your muscles, burn calories and heal what ails you
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It’s the easiest way to have a good morning.
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Don’t worry, it’s not your fault.
It’s not as gross as it sounds.
Does frequency really matter when it comes to having a “good” sex life? Find out how to tell how much sex is right for you and your partner.
Good news: there are solutions.
My divorce is stressing me out. How do I find a sense of calm?
Sex really does get better with age.
Recently divorced, writer Lisa Fields navigates the e-minefield of online dating in search of new and true love.