Your Partner is Asexual

So Your Partner is Asexual — How Do You Cope?

You thought you’d finally found your soulmate—only to find out that they’re asexual. What do you do now? Asexuality is sometimes referred to as ace; people who are asexual feel little or no sexual desires, even to partners they may connect to emotionally. Their lack of desire causes all kinds of complications in their sexual relationships. So, what can you do when you find out your partner is asexual? Let’s take a look:

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Dealing with the Aftermath: How to Talk to Your Kids about Infidelity

The divorce rate in America is 2.9 per 1000 total population. It might seem like a small percentage, but considering the marriage rate is 5.1 per 1000 total population, it shows us the reality that half the marriages end in divorce. A common reason for marriages to end in divorce is infidelity. A person’s decision to step out of their marriage can finish what they’ve spent years building. Although you could get infidelity therapy to give … Continue Reading

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Rebuilding Your Marriage: 5 Things You Should Do While Separated

No person goes into a marriage thinking they will end up divorced or on its brink. According to research by Ohio State University, 80% of couples who decide to separate end up divorced. However, it doesn’t have to be the end. There are still ways to save your marriage and make it harmonious as you expected it to be when you got married. There are some things you can do while separated that’ll help. 1. Stay … Continue Reading

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How Important is Sex in a Relationship? Ask an Expert!

While it’s true that you can’t compare someone else’s sex life with yours, sex is essential for any romantic relationship. Couples who have sex more often are in a much happier relationship, but according to a study, sex once a week is also enough. So, what is the truth? More sex or once a week? How important is sex for a healthy, long-lasting relationship? Let’s look at what a sex therapist in Palo Alto, who … Continue Reading

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4 Signs Your Anxiety May Stem from Your Family History

Anxiety disorders are the most common mental health problem in the US. More than 40 million people in the US are affected by this—adults and children both. Anxiety disorders can stem from many things, including genetic or biological factors. While we can’t be 100% certain about the cause of someone’s anxiety, researchers have their theories. If you’ve had traumatic life experiences, physical conditions that can cause anxiety, or anxiety disorders in your family, you are more like to … Continue Reading