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Lessons From the End of a Marriage

A “How to Thrive” Guide After Divorce

It’s Not Alphabetical, But “Me” Comes Before “Marriage”

There has been quite a bit of discourse over the last few years about the relative happiness and health of people with different relationship statuses.  Much of the popular literature has given the impression that married people are happier; therefore, become married to improve your well-being.  The problem with this position is that they areContinue reading “It’s Not Alphabetical, But “Me” Comes Before “Marriage””

Love Is A Risk | Psychology Today

Love Is A Risk | Psychology Today. Is it a risk you are glad you have taken?  Would you (or have you) taken it again?  

It’s Not Alphabetical, But “Me” Comes Before “Marriage”

There has been quite a bit of discourse over the last few years about the relative happiness and health of people with different relationship statuses.  Much of the popular literature has given the impression that married people are happier; therefore, become married to improve your well-being.  The problem with this position is that they areContinue reading “It’s Not Alphabetical, But “Me” Comes Before “Marriage””

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