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Many people think the perfect relationship is when a couple never fights and is on the same page 100% of the time. However, researchers have found that a predictor of divorce is not necessarily fighting, but HOW partners fight. Learning the “right” way to fight will help you and your partner … [Read more...] about The Fine Art of Fighting Fair in Relationships
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Do successful blended families really exist? Growing up, you probably learned about stepfamilies from The Brady Bunch. While most people strive for this idyllic situation, many co-parents find it difficult to achieve at first. However, it’s not impossible. Here’s how you can create a great family … [Read more...] about How to Create and Sustain Successful Blended Families