Many people who have been dating for a while, or who have used the “love” word without fear, think that they are automatically ready to get engaged. This may be the case, but usually both people really need some time ... read more
It’s no secret that marriage can be complicated. Through the ups and downs of life, It can be difficult to keep up a strong sense of emotional intimacy with your husband or wife. However, feeling emotionally connected to your spouse ... read more
Sex. We all do it (well, most of us do it). It’s one of those natural things that we do intuitively, without needing a lesson on the subject (although some of us got that too, either from an awkward teacher ... read more
Many people assume that marital sex is either a never-ending thrill ride or tired drudgery. The truths, obviously, are as distinct as there are unique couples in the world. Regardless of whether you and your partner begin your sexual relationship ... read more
Intimacy is an essential part of a successful marriage. In fact, psychological studies have shown that intimacy ranks as most important among couples in long-term relationships. Now, we’re not talking about physical intimacy (although that’s important, too). We’re talking about ... read more
One of the most complex and intricate parts of newlywed life is figuring out what sex and sexual intimacy will look like in your married life. Even couples who were sexually active prior to marriage often find this area affected ... read more
Updating your status from being in a relationship to married means all kinds of changes are likely to occur in every part of your life including legal documents, bank accounts, name changes—and yes, even contraception. While to some, getting married ... read more
First comes love, then comes marriage, then comes baby in a baby carriage—but only if you want it to. Whether you waited to have sex until the wedding night or you lived together long before you even got engaged, family ... read more
I think many people approach sex a little backwards after marriage. In the first year or two or five, sex may be automatic and easy, but after that (or even before), you may find yourself just…never in the mood. Or ... read more
When I was growing up, I spent a lot of time thinking about my future proposal. I probably thought about it more than I thought about actually getting married! There was something so exciting to me about that special moment, ... read more
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