Casey Caston has a plethora of ways to stimulate your love. Some sound like fun!
Honored that Hannah Lee Jones’s poem is our last for 2016. It’s a fitting one to go out on for us who feel “abandoned in that snow country”; “a howl with no walls to receive it.”
This holiday season, everybody wins!
A stubborn and hardened heart is no place to cultivate love and mine was as hardened as they come.
Want a marriage that lasts? Use these strategies to stay close to your partner for the long haul.
Coming home from work, what are the first words out of your mouth?
Do you live in a holiday war zone? Jon Beaty shows us the path to peace.
A reassuring squeeze on the palm speaks better than an hour-long conversation.
A man walks around with a bullet in his head in Gerald Yelle’s surreal yet oddly believable poem.
Between Halloween and Christmas, how do you find balance before you’re saying ‘I can’t even’ into the New Year?
I didn’t even have the heart to ask why he did this.
How has your life changed in the last almost-decade? Who caused all that change?
This is a time of introspection for many of us, when “thoughts paw and scratch” and “naming certain things is an infidelity.”
Riffing on a simple word creates a surprising, zen-like effect in Ben Berman’s poem.
Even in the best marriages, there are still things left unsaid.
Forget who can change a diaper the fastest (this isn’t a competition!). Instead, think “How can I, as a father, maximize my time with my children?” Simple. Master your inner Dad clock.1. ROUTINES RULEBoring as it may sound, routines make the world go ‘round. Kids, especially young children, need to know what’s coming next. By…