Emma Waverman writes about the chaos of modern family life in the kitchen and out of it. She has a weekly food column on CBC Radio One, Here & Now. She is the co-author of the family cookbook Whining and Dining: Mealtime Survival for Picky Eaters and Families Who Love Them and is hoping to one day finish her certification as a parenting coach. She lives with her three kids, ranging from tween to university student, and husband in Toronto. Emma has written for a variety of national lifestyle magazines and newspapers. When she's is not making typos, telling you what she thinks, and thinking about dinner, you can find her on Twitter at @emmawaverman and Instagram. You can contact Emma at embracingchaos@hotmail.ca.

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Would You Take A Women's Viagra To Help Your Sex Life?

Every person in a long-term relationship knows that one of the things that glues a couple together can also cause deep rifts. (No, not loading the dishwasher) I'm talking about sex. Sex can bring you to a new level of closeness, or make you feel alone; it can make or break your weekend; and let's be honest, alleviate the guilt from that new pair of shoes. But what happens if a couple has differing sex drives? What if the woman doesn't want to get it on as much as her partner? Experts say that approximately 30 percent of women have low sex drives, and that can hurt a marriage in more than just the bedroom. So in the hopes of cashing in on women's low desire, pharmaceutical companies are rushing to the be the first to market with a "women's viagra", that could make them billions. But will it make women happier in their marraiges?

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