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Seven things that experienced divorce attorneys know that many people nearing or enduring the divorce process do not.
When the wife earns more than the husband, it’s often an uncomfortable situation for the couple. But here's how you both can feel better about it.
Many of us think of people in non-monogamous, "open" relationships as unhappy bed hoppers. But they're not.
Tension in your marriage can literally make symptoms worse for a spouse with a chronic condition. Here's how to avoid that.
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Your husband may not be having sex with his coworker, but if your instincts tell you that they seem very close, talk to him about your concerns.
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