Elizabeth Laura Nelson

Elizabeth Laura Nelson

Bio

Elizabeth lives in Brooklyn with her two daughters, occasional mice and innumerable to-do lists. She runs a nine-minute mile, bakes a mean chocolate chip cookie, and can always be persuaded to get up and sing at a karaoke bar. Follow her on Twitter.

Elizabeth Laura Nelson Articles

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Why You Need To Stop Talking About Your Relationship

Is it possible that talking about your relationship less could actually be the key to making it better? Sometimes, stop talking and just let yourselves be.

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Reading in bed together, while it might not be a major milestone — like marriage or having children — truly is a significant event in a relationship.

How Reading In Bed Together Can Be Hotter Than Having Sex

Reading in bed together, while it might not be a major milestone — like marriage or having children — truly is a significant event in a relationship.

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Don’t stay stuck in a bad relationship, and don’t give up on looking for love. You’ve got this. (Photo by Vladislav Muslakov on Unsplash)

7 Beliefs That Are Keeping You From Having The Relationship You Want

This isn’t Sleeping Beauty. There’s no prince coming to rescue you. What relationship beliefs are standing in your way?

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Have you stopped having sex, or are you worried that you’ve fallen out of love with each other?

Your Terrible Relationship Could Actually Kill You

Is it better to be alone than to be in a miserable relationship?

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Scorpio is the most notorious sign in the zodiac. (Image: Unsplash/ Timothy Paul Smith)

19 Ways You Know You’re A True Scorpio

True Scorpio nature: We like it when people are afraid of us. They should be afraid. Here 19 other ways you know you're a Scorpio!

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Being a mom with anxiety, hard as it is, is actually the only kind of mom I want to be.

Being A Mother Is Hard. Being A Mother Living With Anxiety Is Harder.

My anxiety doesn’t mean I can’t be a good parent. In fact, it makes me a better one.

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Although research is clear we should not come to work sick, there’s still a stigma associated with admitting you’re too ill to go to work.

How Much The Pressure To Come To Work Sick Is Costing Us

Although research is clear we should not come to work sick, there’s still a stigma associated with admitting you’re too ill to go to work.

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