Heather Roth says sometimes the only therapy you need is room service and a game of naked backgammon with your spouse.
A committed relationship allows for sexual transformation.
All sex is not created equal. Considering the different kinds of married sex.
Guard and nurture your love after parenthood.
Robert Duffer explains how a few changes to how you approach intimacy can help create the healthy sex life essential to a great marriage.
According to Candice Holdorf, pornography and erotica will most likely play a role in your marriage, and it’s best to learn its landscape and how to use it in healthy ways.
Esther Perel argues that good and committed sex draws on two conflicting needs: our need for security and our need for surprise.
Who doesn’t want to create more intimacy in our relationships? Why is this such a difficult thing in marriage?
Zach Rosenberg learned that the key to a better sex life was unlocking the spark he and his wife have always shared.
Sexually frustrated men often claim that women hold the sex card. Life coach Steve Horsmon disagrees.
Mark D. White challenges a Wall Street Journal article that uses tired and insulting clichés about men and sex.
Susan Harrison takes a closer look at a study that suggests men who do “her” household chores get less play.
A wife makes a deal with her husband to try having sex every day for 20 days.
In an effort to encourage more men to write, the Marriage Section formally annouces a call for anonymous submissions.
Dr. Adam Sheck identifies common roadblocks couples encounter when trying to build passion, and offers solutions to move past them.
Most of the submissions to the Marriage Section come from women. Gint Aras continues to wonder if this is a symptom of something greater.