In 1998, I was 7 months pregnant with my second child. My daughter was 2 years old. My husband was working 100 hours a week, coming home and pretty much falling asleep until he left early the next morning for his next 36 hour shift as a Family Medicine intern
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My family is well. I am home with my two younger children and my older two (in college, and in grad school) are together in the middle of the country.
Intimacy. Sex. Communication. Juicy relationships.
If you read my weekly emails, you know those are the topics I write on and care deeply about.
You may not know that I have four children and am in my 10th year of homeschooling. My older two went to school through 3rd and 5th grades, and I
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There are lots of ways to experience more intimacy—through the bonding that comes from having a meaningful experience
This week is my 24th wedding anniversary, and the most astonishing thing about that is how much has changed.
First of all, there are all the people who were at our wedding who are no longer alive--both of my parents, grandparents, other relatives, a dear friend. So when I think of