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Your First Fight Will Be Your Last

I had an interesting conversation with a friend who’s divorced the other day.  She’d read an article that discussed how when you remember back to the first fight you had with your partner (and you were now broken up/separated/divorced) you … Continue reading

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When You Are Scared To Speak Up

After more than two decades of marriage, it became easier to allow my former husband’s happiness to matter more than my own.  It was an unhealthy pattern.  And I blame myself for allowing it. I didn’t speak up because I … Continue reading

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It’s Not About You With A Narcissist

I wasted years – Y E A R S – not getting over the fact that my former husband left me.  I desperately went over our past trying to figure out when it all went wrong.  I shouldered the blame … Continue reading

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Don’t Let Technology Disconnect You

Marriage Tip: You already know this, don’t you?  When you’re sitting there at the kitchen table with your spouse, you shouldn’t both be on technology.  Make an effort!  Talk to each other.  It’s when you disconnect so completely that the … Continue reading

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Interesting Movie Message

The other night, while flipping through mindless TV channels, I came upon a movie which normally I wouldn’t have watched, but the title intrigued me.  It was called The Secret Sex Life of a Single Mom.  The description was:   A … Continue reading

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