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Marriage

Marriage is intended to be a lifelong commitment, but more and more marriages today end in divorce. Learn about creating a marriage that will last with advice from professional experts and personal anecdotes.

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Love and Sex After Children: How to Keep the Flame Alive

Caring for children can be both physically and emotionally draining, and that can have a negative effect on the love and romance in your marriage. Learn how to keep the fire going after you've had kids.


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Happily Unmarried

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How to Build Marital Bliss

Knowing how to build marital bliss will help you stay happy throughout your marriage. Learn how to build marital bliss at Discovery Health. See more »

Love and Sex After Children: How to Keep the Flame Alive

Love and sex after children can take a little more effort. Learn about love and sex after children at Discovery Health. See more »

Should you stay together for the kids? Divorce affects every member of the family, but find out whether you should stay together for the kids. See more »

Deflating 6 Common  Marriage Myths

Deflating six common marriage myths will help demystify your idea of marriage. Learn the truths behind six common marriage myths. See more »

Keeping Stress From Undermining Your Marriage

Keeping stress from undermining your marriage will keep the relationship strong. Learn about keeping stress from undermining your marriage. See more »

Making marriage work by fighting fairly is key. Learn about making marriage work by fighting fairly at Discovery Health. See more »

Recognizing that you're always communicating will help you maintain a good marriage. Learn to recognize that you're always communicating. See more »