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13 Secret Signs Your Partner Is Cheating On You
Is your significant other having an affair?

13 Secret Signs Your Partner Is Cheating On You

Do you have a nagging feeling there's something not quite right with your partner's behavior but haven't been able to catch him or her in obvious cheating actions? It's probably not just in your head. If your significant other exhibits some of these less-known signs of infidelity, it could be confrontation time.

Where do I begin?

Where do I begin?

Where do I begin….? I woke up to that song stuck in my head—you know the one —the one from Love Story. OK, so maybe you’re not old enough to remember it. Trust me, it’s annoying and so is the movie. I mean, “Being in love means never having to say you’re sorry!” What the hell is that supposed to mean—44 years later it still baffles me.

Are You Touching Each Other Enough?

Are You Touching Each Other Enough?

ARE YOU TOUCHING EACH OTHER ENOUGH? Are you touching each other enough? No, not during sex. I'm talking about touching when we feel lonely, long to connect, and want to open. Yet afraid of rejection, we hold back. Working with couples, I see that words are never good enough. Communication and problem-solving are not good enough. The happiest are those who touch each other frequently.

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Kid sick of parents behaving badly

5 Ways Parents Seriously Need To Get Their Sh*t Together!

Yep, parenting is hard ... but you still have to put in the effort. No, not just effort into the kids. We mean effort getting your own sh*t together! YOU are the example your children are following. YourTango Expert Lisa Kaplin offers some tough love parenting tips that explain why you don't get to harp on your kids about attitudes and behaviors you haven't even mastered yet. Time to get it together, Mom & Dad! Your kids will thank you for it!

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Happy day is here again!

Did Thomas Jefferson Get It Wrong When It Comes To Happiness?

What makes you happy? Money? Cars? Vacations in Aspen? What if none of that existed? What if it took you years to achieve it? What would make you happy then? Thomas Jefferson may have gotten it wrong about the "pursuit of happiness." Lulu Lemon was more on the right page.