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In quarantine, things move a little slower. The good news is that going slow can be a game-changer for sex and intimacy.

With so much more time to spend with your partner, now is a great opportunity to re-establish intimacy in your relationship. Here’s how.

With so much more time to spend with your partner, now is a great opportunity to re-establish intimacy in your relationship. Here’s how.

The importance of working with your partner during these hard times to build a stronger bond… and sexual repertoire.

While many of us need to slowly be socialized again, how we communicate with our partners is more important than ever before.

Anxiety is at record highs right now, which can manifest physically. Dr. Harding and Dr. Lax talk about the physical effects that occur in the body while stressed.

And for more reasons than you think! Dr. Harding talks about the importance of physical exercise, including how they can fight the mental and physical challenges associated with quarantine.

Nutritionist Lahana Vigliano discredits the “Food Pyramid” and shares a simple trick to feed your body what it needs.

Dr. Lauryn Lax explains how your gut is your "second brain" and is crucial to fighting ED as well as staying sane and healthy in a quarantine.

Relationship expert Rachel Madorsky defines the different Love Languages and how they’re important for healthy communication; especially when locked in with your loved ones.

Articles

With most Americans drinking more alcohol at home during quarantine, here’s what you need to know about whiskey dick.

Nature is great for your lungs and immune system, but also your relationships. Read to learn why.

Magic? No. Five new ways to have fun in the bedroom during quarantine? Yes.

Breaking down the possible negative and positive effects that cannabis can have on your sex, libido, and erections.

Empty nest with nothing but time? Sounds sexy. Here’s how to take advantage of the opportunity.

From the Other Guys

We at USA TODAY Life are sharing 100 things that bring us happiness during the pandemic.

Psychology experts share their tips for safeguarding your mental health during quarantine.

You'll need cleaning supplies, Netflix, teletherapy, cheese, and rum.

Being comfortable by yourself is hard, especially during this pandemic—but there are ways to make it feel a little easier.

You’re staying home and you need a distraction. We’re here to help.

Thousands who may have been exposed to the coronavirus have been asked to seclude themselves. It’s harder than it sounds.

Here's how to make camming feel intimate, safe, and sexy.

Social distancing doesn’t have to mean your relationship is over. Here’s some tips on how to stay together, when you’re asked to stay apart.

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