A relationship can enrich your life. When you’re in a relationship, you know that someone always has your back no matter what. You have someone who knows you and understands you.

You can to talk to your partner about your day as well as your hopes and frustrations on a regular basis. You and your partner can watch movies, try new things, and take vacations together.

One of the best parts of a relationship is being intimate with someone. Intimacy can take many forms, but having sex is usually the first thing that comes to mind when people think of “being intimate.” And while a relationship is built upon a number of qualities – trust, respect, compatibility, mutual interests, friendship, and more – sex should be part of a healthy romantic relationship. Read more

Human beings are creatures of habit.

With a few exceptions, most healthy humans can list some sort of routine we follow on a general day-to-day basis—we wake up, put on coffee, commute to work, commute home, cook dinner, and watch Netflix.

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From incorporating weekly romantic dates into your schedule to working out to enhance physical attraction, there are countless tactics for improving intimacy in your marriage. But if your sex life is still feeling off, you may want to take a look at your diet. Not only does the food you eat impact the way you look and feel, it can also have a big effect on your libido.

Here’s a list of six healthy (and delicious!) foods that can help give your sex life a little spark. Read more

When we hear the word “intimacy,” a lot of us immediately think of sex. It’s true that sex is an important part of a healthy relationship, but it’s not the only way that couples can be intimate. In fact, it’s a good idea to look for ways to take intimacy beyond your bedroom—sharing intimate moments with your partner brings the two of you closer together and serves as a great reminder that you care about one another. Read more