After her husband died, Lisa Bain struggled to continue their decades-long, tree-decorating tradition. Then a magical gift gave her the strength she needed during the holidays.
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A machete for Christmas? Mary Kay Jordan Fleming chronicles some of the most horrendous and hilarious decisions partners have made about holiday gift-giving, and stops you from making a big mistake.
After 40 years of marriage, one woman wonders if she still needs to perform her “wifely duties.” The Answer Queen weighs in.
When it comes to Facebook, Viagra is A-Okay. But lubricants for menopausal women? Not so much.
A quick getaway sounded like a fun idea—but being on the road with her extra-exacting husband was something altogether different, Mary Kay Jordan Fleming discovered.
If your spouse cheated, would you fight to save your marriage? Beverly Willett did—and it transformed her life. Here, the author of the new memoir Disassembly Required, shares what happened next with Lorraine Glennon
New research says females aren’t the reason for low frequency.
Was it his fault? Hers? Both? Neither? One woman navigates the hard path ahead as 29 years of coupledom unravel—and finds a strange positive side.
They had different travel styles that sometimes threatened the joy of vacationing together, but on a trip across the globe Valerie Frankel and her husband found new ways to relate.
In a new one-woman play, Maddie Corman explores the inconceivable revelation about her husband and how she pulled herself and her family through.