On nearly any given day, I play the roles of wife, mother, therapist, writer, housekeeper, home economist, chauffeur, playmate, and friend. I handle a wide range of physical materials daily including raw foods, kitchen and bathroom cleaners, runny noses, computer keyboards, gasoline pumps, wet laundry, clients' charts, and crayons.Throughout the
Romance Advice Archives
Play may be fun and healthy, but most couples I know do not prioritize play. Even though it is pleasurable, eases our burdens, and creates optimism; society values hard work and extreme competitiveness, which can drain the true joy found through play. If and when couples engage in play, it
Marriage isn't always as exciting as when you were first dating. Sometimes it just becomes bland. This doesn't mean that your marriage is in trouble and it doesn't mean that you don't love your spouse anymore, it just means that your marriage isn't as exciting as it used to be.
We all know the importance of intimacy in marriage – there is plenty of information out there about connecting both physically and emotionally, about how to build trust and communicate, about sharing your heart and soul with the one you love.Most of the time, though, this kind of advice deals