Our long-term relationship is stale. Is this something that happens to everyone? | Leading questions

It doesn’t matter what is normal, writes advice columnist Eleanor Gordon-Smith, you have to decide what you want for yourself

I’ve been with my boyfriend for almost seven years, and our relationship has gotten stale. We both feel that we are not very happy, but we don’t want to break up, as we love and care for each other.

We’ve both been working from home throughout the pandemic, and work long hours. No doubt this has impacted our relationship, and our sex life is poor. I just feel like relationships should be more than this, that they should add something to your life. Right now we are more like flatmates.

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I Choose Me: The Case for Sologamy

Alright, alright. I can already hear it: not the wedding bells for the next solo wedding, but the heckling. It’s coming from the comments section, and from trolls on social media. Sologamy, the art of marrying yourself, has long been the butt of many an anti-feminist joke. But if you can, just hear me out. …

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The 9 Tips of Being a Better Partner

Let’s be honest here: when it comes to relationships, long-term can be tough. According to Statista, the marriage rate per thousand people in the U.S. in 2019 was 6.9, a major drop from 9.8 in the 90s. You may be thinking, “Okay, that’s because people are busier, smarter, and have less societal or family pressure …

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Polyamory in a pandemic: who do you quarantine with when you’re not monogamous?

Coronavirus is forcing people in poly relationships to make tough choices about who to be intimate with

Earlier this month, after being exposed to the coronavirus, Chaele Davis had to decide if she would spend her quarantine with her primary partner, whom she has been dating for a year, or her secondary partner, with whom she just celebrated a four year anniversary.

Davis, a polyamorous woman living in Brooklyn, had arranged her life not having to make choices like these. “But when you love two people, in a time like this, you just have to make the call,” she said.

Related: Can I have sex? A guide to intimacy during the coronavirus outbreak

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Polyamory in a pandemic: who do you quarantine with when you’re not monogamous?

Coronavirus is forcing people in poly relationships to make tough choices about who to be intimate with

Earlier this month, after being exposed to the coronavirus, Chaele Davis had to decide if she would spend her quarantine with her primary partner, whom she has been dating for a year, or her secondary partner, with whom she just celebrated a four year anniversary.

Davis, a polyamorous woman living in Brooklyn, had arranged her life not having to make choices like these. “But when you love two people, in a time like this, you just have to make the call,” she said.

Related: Can I have sex? A guide to intimacy during the coronavirus outbreak

Continue reading…

Polyamory in a pandemic: who do you quarantine with when you’re not monogamous?

Coronavirus is forcing people in poly relationships to make tough choices about who to be intimate with

Earlier this month, after being exposed to the coronavirus, Chaele Davis had to decide if she would spend her quarantine with her primary partner, whom she has been dating for a year, or her secondary partner, with whom she just celebrated a four year anniversary.

Davis, a polyamorous woman living in Brooklyn, had arranged her life not having to make choices like these. “But when you love two people, in a time like this, you just have to make the call,” she said.

Related: Can I have sex? A guide to intimacy during the coronavirus outbreak

Continue reading…

Polyamory in a pandemic: who do you quarantine with when you’re not monogamous?

Coronavirus is forcing people in poly relationships to make tough choices about who to be intimate with

Earlier this month, after being exposed to the coronavirus, Chaele Davis had to decide if she would spend her quarantine with her primary partner, whom she has been dating for a year, or her secondary partner, with whom she just celebrated a four year anniversary.

Davis, a polyamorous woman living in Brooklyn, had arranged her life not having to make choices like these. “But when you love two people, in a time like this, you just have to make the call,” she said.

Related: Can I have sex? A guide to intimacy during the coronavirus outbreak

Continue reading…

Polyamory in a pandemic: who do you quarantine with when you’re not monogamous?

Coronavirus is forcing people in poly relationships to make tough choices about who to be intimate with

Earlier this month, after being exposed to the coronavirus, Chaele Davis had to decide if she would spend her quarantine with her primary partner, whom she has been dating for a year, or her secondary partner, with whom she just celebrated a four year anniversary.

Davis, a polyamorous woman living in Brooklyn, had arranged her life not having to make choices like these. “But when you love two people, in a time like this, you just have to make the call,” she said.

Related: Can I have sex? A guide to intimacy during the coronavirus outbreak

Continue reading…

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