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Intimacy is key to having a healthy, functional and overall happy relationship. Intimacy tends to follow a pattern as a relationship evolves. Couples newly in love typically experience feelings of closeness and excitement and have regular sex, says Kraft. Priorities shift to raising kids and juggling careers and household responsibilities.
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Having a successful and enjoyable career alongside a fulfilling romantic relationship is a life goal for many of us. But even in the most gender-equal countries, finding a partnership that lasts is trickier for high-flying women than men. The result: women were much more likely to pay a higher personal price for their career success. The paper, which looked at the lives of heterosexual men and women working for private companies with or more employees, found that married women were twice as likely to be divorced three years after their promotion to CEO level compared to their male counterparts.