You think you’re preventing trouble but you’re actually doubting your partner 24/7.
Connecting in the bedroom starts with everything you do outside of it.
Maybe the better question is: “Would you rather “work” now or clean up a bigger mess later?”
Apparently, houses with 2 master bedrooms are now a thing but is sleeping separately healthy for relationships?
“I feel like I have the best of both worlds –until people give us weird looks when my ‘dad’ grabs my ass.”
Sue Nador hates to agree with Fox News, but she finds common ground on what’s holding women back in the workplace.
“While it may seem like a good idea to give as much “evidence” as possible to support our side of the argument, it isn’t. No one likes having a partner who ‘keeps score’.”
He’s in his 30s. She’s 50. He’s fine with it. She has reservations. What do you think?
You know your partner like the back of your hand. Make sparks by forgetting all of that.
Sue Nador learns that being there for her partner only in bad times just doesn’t cut it.
Sue Nador helps you fill in the blanks!
Kisses of “I love you” can get you far but Sue Nador thinks two simple words get you further.
Sue Nador came up with a (not so) novel idea to communicate better with her husband.
Sue Nador re-examined her husband’s “faults” and made her relationship stronger.
Sue Nador taught her sons, “Your partner is a real person with real feelings and not some live action figure.”
“It’s human nature to want someone more when someone else wants them, too.”