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Post Baby Hanky Panky

After a new baby, it is natural for things to completely change, especially when it comes to the bedroom. As a couple, it is very important to first identify and acknowledge your concerns with each other, and then keep the discussion open including how to best accept and adapt to changes together.

Check out these helpful clips, and if you and your partner are interested in taking part of research studies, Dr. Natalie Rosen offers opportunities and helpful information for couples on sexual health.

Sexual health issues can be part and parcel with exploring relationship problems; one is not mutually exclusive of the other. All of the beautiful complexities that come with relationships should be explored as a whole and addressed in ways that work best for the couple and their goals. If you are running into problems which are not resolving or escalating including due to changes in your relationship such as parenting, seeking support from a mental health professional is important. Maintaining or re-establishing safety and connection within your relationship is beneficial for each of you individually and as a couple, and is essential to the well-being of your family.

Check out more articles on love and relationships with the Gottman Institute, including on rebuilding after infidelity, the art of sensual communication, myths about lust and love and what to do when your partner comes out to you.

"The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even heard, but must be felt with the heart." - Helen Keller

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