Women often shoulder most of the domestic labour and mental load in their household. But there’s a key to sharing the mental load with your partner – communication!
My husband and I have been together for 12 years, and recently welcomed a beautiful baby boy. However the past few weeks we have been arguing everyday, and we just …
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Q&A: This might seem trivial, but what have other parents done when someone close to you (practically family) has chosen the same name for their bub as you? Have you still named your child the same name or what did you do?
Q&A: I am really struggling to be intimate with my OH now I’m a Mum. I still think he is amazing & nothing about him has changed, it’s how I see myself. I don’t see my body as sexual now even though I know my partner sees me that way. How can I overcome this?
Tips for boosting your sex drive. If you are one of thousands of women across the country who feels their mojo just isn’t what it used to be ‘pre-kids’, you’ll love this simple, sensible advice from Baby Hints & Tips resident GP, Melissa Homewood.
Q&A: I’m due to have my baby anyday now and my husband and his immediate family are all smokers, and I’m nervous having to expose my baby to this when they will want to cuddle him after smoking.
Q&A: I’m 18 weeks + 3days pregnant due on 14 Nov. My Bf and I have been trying for over 2 years, on the 15th of Feb I slept with a different guy but we used protection.
Q&A: My partner and I separated a few months ago and at this stage he is refusing to sort out a custody agreement. It is really starting to takes its toll having no stability and I was wondering what avenues could be taken to create a custody agreement.
Q&A: We all know how much time we give to our bundles of joy once they are born but sometimes our relationships can be affected too. We would love to hear both our mum and dads ideas on how to stay connected to one another. How do find other things to talk about, other than bubs? How do you incorporate quality time to your relationship?
“On television, divorce and separation is all about lawyers and their clients having dramatic confrontations in boardrooms, complete with ultimatums and walk-outs. The reality, not surprisingly, is somewhat different…” Family Lawyer Peter Curry provides some great tips on how to approach separation negotiations so the children come out the winners.
Q&A: My husband and I love each very much and we still find each other attractive but finding that our sex life is boring. There’s no effort, no enthusiasm or excitement. We are trying for a baby but are not thinking about that when having sex and its been like this for a while. We are finding it hard to be motivated to try new things. Any ideas on how to naturally get the excitement going again and make it fun like it is when you were first together?