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I Slept With My Mother When I Was 16—& I Have Good Reason for Letting My Kids Do the Same

"I’m sure it was the first time we had touched in months, maybe years. Sometimes I think that hand saved my life."

Married 69 Years, Hospitalized Couple Holds Hands Til the Very End

Tommy and Virginia Stevens, both 91, were, in the eyes of their family and friends, a legendary couple. The Tennessee high school sweethearts proved earlier this month that their love truly endured until "death do us part."

Jill Duggar Says Dad Pitted Siblings Against One Another, Used Kids to Manipulate and Intimidate Her

I am currently reading Jill Duggar Dillard's memoir Counting the Cost about her life growing up in the 19 Kids and Counting Duggar family, and it is both riveting and heartbreaking.

Tag: Postpartum

The Day My Husband Told Me “This Isn’t the Body I Fell in Love With”

"The body he fell in love with was toned, it had muscles, there were no stretch marks on my postpartum belly, none on my boobs, no gut from muscle separation."

“She Handled Motherhood Beautifully”—& Then She Killed Herself. There Were No Red Flags, No Warning Signs.

“I’m so sorry that I didn’t know how to describe this pain and seek help.”

‘I Cried Last Night as I Asked My Husband if He Was Tired of Me. Because I’m Tired of Me Some Days.’

"Raising babies is hard. But I think the hardest is losing yourself. Life is flying by, and you feel lost in the middle of it."

A Husband’s Perspective on a Postpartum Body

Of course, I cannot speak on behalf of every husband, but I hope to speak on behalf of some, and to offer a husband’s perspective on a wife’s postpartum body.

“This Isn’t the Body I Fell in Love With”: Husband’s Response to Wife’s Postpartum Body Will Bring You to Tears

"I stood in front of him, exhausted and broken, the tears welled in my eyes...Then he said, 'you're right. It isn't the body I fell in love with.'"

‘So When Are You Due?’: Mom Who Is NOT Pregnant Posts Hilariously Perfect Response to the Dreaded Question

"Not due for my period, not due for a poo, not due for the promotion... when am I due to have my baby? That’s what she meant."