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Marriage Myth-Busters Myth #6: The Kids Come First

I don’t know how to type out the sound that the “You’re wrong!” buzzer makes on a game show (your creative suggestions are welcome in the comments below), but if I did, I would have started out this blog with … Continue reading

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Marriage Myth-Busters Myth #3: The First Years Are The Best

My husband and I recently visited my alma mater for my 30th reunion. (Yes, that says 30th, and I assure you that I am as shocked by that high number as I hope you are.) Now, it just so happens … Continue reading

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Marriage Myth-Busters Myth #2: Compatibility Is Key

Birds of a feather flock together. Well that may be true in the avian world but, sadly, it doesn’t always work out that way in the land of long-term, committed relationships. Okay, I’ll give you this: it may be true … Continue reading

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Marriage Myth Busters Myth #1: Falling In Love Is Enough

This “falling in love” myth is the Disney promise, right? The one we cut our romantic teeth on when we were young. It goes something like this: There is a One True Love out there for everyone, so I will … Continue reading

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