In many ways, nursing has almost seemed like that old children's proverb: that a good nurse should be seen — she can do her work, she can keep her patient alive, she can "gently" correct a wrong order ... but should she every really be heard?
Well, it's that time of year again. When spring is in the air, but not quite in the air and everything feels just a little dirty, just a little muddy, and just a little blah. I don't know about you, but I've been feeling a little blue lately.
Pregnancy changes a lot about your relationship. One wife's honest account of how intimacy changes during pregnancy for her and her husband, on Babble.
The other day, I came across this really interesting article by Serena Woods that called out all the wives who “fake it” for their husbands. She wrote, “Stop playing a role. Stop treating your husband like an annoying pet that you’re obligated to feed. People who fake it are running from their own faults, so MORE »
In honor of Women's History Month, we take a closer look at what Susan B. Anthony really thought about marriage and wonder, has marriage changed for women?
In a day that's all about commemorating death, it's easy to wonder if Ash Wednesday can be meaningful for couples. But one wife says it can, on Babble.
Think you've heard the most unbelievable way to give birth? This story might just surprise you -- and put a smile on your face.
How one wife takes an honest look at her marriage and tries to make sure her marriage is a two-way street.
The embarrassing true story of the time this blogger checked out a man in the grocery store...while shopping with her husband, on Babble.
From massages to ice cream, here are 10 (non-dirty) guilty pleasures for couples, on Babble.
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