10 Things We Learned About Love & Sex To Take Into The New Year

10 Things We Learned About Love & Sex To Take Into The New Year

This has been a great year for BlogHer Love & Sex!

Our wonderful BlogHers provided amazing relationship advice, shared cautionary tales, and bravely opened up their souls to readers.  I've enjoyed "meeting" you, reading your work, and sharing it with the world.  I decided to pull from some of our favorite posts of 2013, and help readers get things started off right.

As we reset our calendars, it’s time to think about focusing on what we can do better in our relationships and sex lives this year--and what we should probably leave behind.

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Here are 10 words of wisdom from featured Love & Sex BlogHers this year: -->

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