We’ve started to be more inclusive, more modern, and less, well, sexist, than in weddings of the past. Even proposals have started to lose their rigid customs, with more and more women searching for ways to propose to their partners.
I always say that sexual satisfaction should be a non-negotiable in a relationship, and that prioritizing that doesn't mean you're some kind of terrible weird nymph.
But the first year of marriage is a really special time and a chance to bond with your partner as you establish your life as a married couple, so make sure that you’re taking the time to step back and …
If you’re marrying someone who has been married before, there’s a good chance you’ll have to deal with an ex—and that can be an intimidating prospect.
Some people think there’s a mathematical formula that can tell how your relationship will hold up over time, but most of us are more old-fashioned, we'd like to think it's basic things: how well you get along, if you have …
But how do you know if you're a good kisser? Yes, some of it is down to preference, but there are just some terrible kissers out there.
There are often early warning signs in a new relationship that something is amiss but, because we're so excited about the new relationship or so enamored by other aspects of the person, we tend to overlook it.
It's the ultimate comfort (I'm sorry mac n'cheese), and even though I think it can and should happen outside of a relationship (cuddling is a massive part of some of my friendships), it's definitely an important part of dating.
And dating as a feminist woman is where I find gender inequality glaringly obvious.
Sleeping together as a couple can be a really lovely, cute bonding time, or it can be some terrible night long sweaty fight for pillows.