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... ') Does an Affair Mean the End of the Marriage? June 15, 2016 by Sean Slevin Intended Audience: Dating, Married. Video: 10 Minutes Infidelity is devastating to a marriage – the hurt ...
... may long for a partner who often affirms you. The basic idea is that we tend to enter into marriage with a feeling of, "You will finally be the one who loves/accepts/treats me ...
... grown apart over the years. He lives on the floor, she lives on the ceiling, and their marriage hangs in the balance. Related Heals Over Head (Watch it again from a different perspective!) ...
... Don't Forget Who You Are Video: 3 Minutes In our culture we tend to place undue pressure on the marriage relationship, filling it with expectations (conscious and unconscious) that this relationship (and our partner in ...
... us more constructively engage with ourself and others regarding difficult emotions. Does an Affair Mean the End of the Marriage? (video) Also see Working Through Grief and Forgiveness (video) for a further exploration of ...
... for Newlyweds: Don't Forget Who You Are Video: 4 Minutes I am periodically asked if relationships (particularly marriages) can be repaired. Thankfully, the answer is Yes! The core requirement is that both parties ...
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