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Babies can kill your sex life!

Julian Redwood, MFT
Author Julian Redwood, MFT
Submitted 24-01-2015

The birth of my child was mind-blowing, but my sex life took a big hit. Fortunately, my wife and I found ways to manage this hard time and stayed really connected.

Sex is our way to play, to be close, to feel wanted and loved. Having those moments of connection makes the inherently difficult moments of a relationship a lot more manageable.

But having a baby almost always means a drastically reduced sex life. If this isn’t directly managed, it can be devastating to our relationships. We lose our best way to bound and our relationships quickly become about managing logistics.

This week, I give you 5 steps to maintaining intimacy through these tough months or even years.