How Parents Can Keep Their Sexual Spark Alive

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These past several months have been particularly tough on parents. Our schedules have been upended, our jobs have changed and our family lives have shifted, with partners working from home while juggling child care and remote schooling. And the fatigue is real. It’s been harder than ever to prioritize self-care, let alone time with your partner. We get it! But taking care of your connection as a couple is paramount, and your sex life is a great place to start.

According to Lasting, the nation’s no. 1 relationship health app, research shows that in unhappy relationships, couples attribute 70 percent of their unhappiness to sex. Yes, 70 percent!

Your sexual relationship is one part of your overall emotional connection, and healthy couples view sex as a small (though important!) part of the equation. But when emotional connection starts to weaken—due to conflict, lack of time or…

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