LOS ANGELES, Feb. 13, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Valentine's Day is around the corner, but you knew that didn't you? Whether you're a single parent, in a relationship, married, divorced, dealing with your child's first crush, or experiencing your teenager's romance with his or her partner, Kids in the House has the expert advice for parents to get you through the Holiday.
What's the key to keeping your romance alive after having kids? Many of our experts say one of the most important things to do is to set aside some time to enjoy your partner one-on-one. Psychotherapist and relationship expert Tammy Nelson, PhD, is newly published on the site, and gives all of the details to help keep things "hot," if you will.
"You have to carve out a couple hours a week where you get together to remind each other 'we're more than roommates, we're more than parents, we're actually in a romantic partnership' ... you didn't pick each other to be roommates, you picked each other to be lovers."
Author and lifestyle expert Samantha Ettus agrees. "I'm a huge believer in going on weekly date nights from the day your baby is born. Your relationship needs it like a car needs gas," she says in her Kids in the House video "Keeping the Romance Alive In A Marriage."
Need tips to spice up your sex life? KidsintheHouse.com has the answers for you. Ettus recommends synchronizing your sleep schedules. "You want to make sure you're going to bed together at the same time every night so you're maximizing your chances of having a good sex life."
In addition, Tammy Nelson, offers advice such as "learn to talk about your fantasies," in discussing how to get the sex you want with your partner, in her video "Improving Your Sex Life."
Visit KidsintheHouse.com now to view the extensive video library and get all the tips, tricks and advice you need to make your Valentine's Day special.
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Kids in the House: Expert Parenting Advice is an educational website with the goal of helping parents and caregivers become better at parenting by educating, inspiring and entertaining. The 8,000 videos on the website feature interviews with over 450 top experts in parenting, including physicians, psychologists, researchers, educators and best-selling authors, as well as leaders of national organizations. The videos also feature parents who have dealt with particular issues and can share their hard-earned wisdom. Parents have the opportunity to hear and share different perspectives and get solutions for parenting challenges that range from pregnancy through getting into college. Kids in the House aims to be the most comprehensive resource for parenting advice, one that respects the fact that there is no one-size-fits-all solution.
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