Returning to college as TOWER Fellows at the University of Texas has been good for Tom and Marti Mattia. For their brains and sense of self. And for their marriage.
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Sheltering apart during this pandemic, Lisa Seigler and her partner have found ways to keep their relationship vital and fun. Thank God for FaceTime!
As if the stress of COVID 19 isn’t enough! A Massachusetts woman tells about managing her autistic child and a bitter split from her husband during these anxious times.
Suddenly a lot of us are home with our spouses ALL THE TIME. When we made our vows, we promised to love him in sickness and in health. No one mentioned quarantine.
All this together time is hard on a relationship. But one couple seems to be breezing through it all. How do they do it? How are you coping?
It’s very likely that more women our age are having sex—great sex, frequent sex, with and without a partner—than anyone ever imagined. Here we offer the (steamily) surprising results of our love and sex survey.
Hey, stop crying about your baby leaving home. Get ready for sex on the dining room table at 3 in the afternoon and other empty nest freedoms you can enjoy now that the kids are gone.
Oh, the power of love. Especially first love. This story of reunited high school sweethearts will have you daydreaming about the purity and passion of your own early romance.
People seem to think they know how women our age feel about sex. But once again, they don’t know Jack. We want to set the record straight, so get comfy and take our completely anonymous, VERY detailed survey here.
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.