It's pretty brave, you have to give her that.
In the October issue of Ladies' Home Journal, Lee Woodruff, wife of ABC News' Bob Woodruff and a contributor to CBS This Morning, lifts the veil on one of the most taboo subjects: sex and married life.
Not passionate, just-married life or even explosively unhappily married life.
But regular married life where you've been together for decades. You brush your teeth next to each other. You leave the door open while going to the bathroom a la that Judd Apatow film. That kind.
So after 25 years of marriage and 4 kids, Lee candidly writes that at this point, she'd rather cuddle up with her body pillow.
Reading it, I was riveted. Is this normal? Or "normal"?