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Sexually active teens more likely to divorce, study says

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Women who had sex for the first time when they were teens are at higher risk for divorce, with 31 percent divorcing within five years of marriage and 47 percent within 10 years of marriage, a new study says. By comparison, the research published in the Journal of Marriage and Family said, women who delayed sex until adulthood had a 15 percent chance of divorce within five years and 27 percent within 10 years. (Strollerderby)

Staying intimate with your partner after having kids is easier than you think, according to sexuality counselor Ian Kerner. Sharing a 20- to 30-second hug with your spouse and showering together are just some of the ways Kerner says couples can improve their sex life. (CNN)

Here’s a new trend before the birth of a first child: a dadelor party. Much like a bachelor party, these celebrations are one last hurrah for soon-to-be dads before the demands of parenting starts: a night or weekend of bar hopping, gambling and drinking. (Huffington Post via Parenting)

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