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Every marriage is bound to encounter a few bumps along the road, especially when you're first starting out. We're here to help you out with solutions to couples issues and common newlywed arguments. First, find out about the tried-and-true stuff your parents probably wish they'd known. We've sorted out the newlywed "rules" you can ignore from the relationship mistakes you need to avoid. Learn the right way to handle a fight and the solutions to the most common newlywed arguments. We've also got help for couples issues that are specific to the modern marriage. For example, the four rules of Facebook for couples, how to deal when you're married to a metrosexual, and handling coworker crushes. You can also read our expert Q&A for dealing with all kinds of couples issues. Find tips on making friends as a couple, managing work stress as a pair, and avoiding common newlywed arguments about stuff like cleaning and entertaining. We'll help you solve issues with everyone -- your honey, your couple friends, your in-laws -- and find solutions that work in every part of your life, from the bedroom to the office. From whether it's okay to tell friends about your issues to breaking out of a sex rut, we've got you covered. And don't forget your fellow Nesties! We've pulled together lists of real couple gripes and likes, Nesties' marriage secrets, and their most ridiculous fights -- you're sure to relate to something! Or find even more sympathetic ears with our relationships message board.

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Love Q&A: Should You Say Something To A Friend Driving Drunk?


Every time this couple drives home from one of our parties, they leave drunk. Do we say something?


Yes! It’s completely unacceptable to let friends leave sloshed, no matter what the circumstances. The only way to break the habit is to acknowledge it. Next time you throw a party, shoot them an email beforehand saying you’d be happy to have them stay in your guest room so they don’t hit the roads after having a few too many. They should get the hint. Or you could also have the numbers of a local cab company on hand and mention it when inviting people so no one feels singled out at the end of the night. Say, “Transportation will be available for anyone who wants to go a little crazy.” If you don’t want the hassle, only invite that couple for daytime events so you can actually enjoy your party. It’s not your job to play babysitter.

-- The Nest Editors

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