Is there anything wrong with sex with an ex? It seems innocuous. Not to mention fun. But it's rarely without emotional downsides.
Marriage and family therapist Phil Kiehl vowed to make his second marriage better than his first. Here are five steps he took to create lasting love.
Dating coach and blogger Francesca Hogi gives her suggestions for sex after divorce, and when it does and doesn't lead to more.
Q&A: Marissa Nelson, founder of IntimacyMoons, on why you should consider a therapeutic workshop at a luxury resort.
"I set out on a personal project to figure out who I was, sexually, and what kind of intimate dynamic I wanted." One writer shares what she learned in and out of the bedroom.
We've all heard of "conscious uncoupling" by now, but taking a "conscious" approach to dating is key to success. Four tips for getting it right when you get back out there.
BOOK EXCERPT: "Many of them know how to and are (eventually) willing to commit." Wendy Newman, author of 121 First Dates, shares details from her own dating life.
Telling a date that you have, um . . . children, can feel scary. But parenting builds valuable (sexy) skills, as TV's The Mindy Project shows.
Q&A: Many of us (all of us?) have experienced the addictive allure of intermittent attention. Manhattan-based psychotherapist Jeanne Safer talks about why we stay, and how to break free.
PERSONAL ESSAY: "My bedmate was a scrappy 22-pound mutt whose breath smelled like a canning factory. I told myself he was all I needed. I could not imagine wanting to date."
BOOK EXCERPT: "Obsessive love is one of the most potent and compelling of tortures and one of the most difficult to overcome." Psychologist Jeanne Safer on love lost and found.
Why getting it right the second time around may mean NOT doing so much work on your relationship.
I'm a big fan of marriage, but during my book tour this past Spring, this question came up: Do we actually need it anymore?
PERSONAL ESSAY: "I opened up the dating apps, scrolled through the endless array of faces, and asked myself, 'Does this one spark joy?' If the answer was no, then . . . next!"
From decreasing negative rumination to learning the right lessons from the past, we can continue to improve our relationship with a former spouse, or new one.
Even if you don't find your soul mate, you may find a friend.
Some people love dating after divorce. If you're not up for it, here are three reasons why taking a break can be a great decision.