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5 Places Not to get Marriage Advice

 

I have a friend who was struggling in her marriage a few years ago. She soon found a new confidante in Sara, who was also on the brink of divorce–after all, they had so much in common! The two became inseparable, and within a year, both had separated from their husbands and soon divorced. It left me to wonder if they had, intentionally or unintentionally, encouraged one another toward such a major decision. Were both divorces unavoidable, or did “groupthink” play a role?

Where do you turn for marriage advice when things get tough? Be sure you avoid these 5 Places Not to get Marriage Advice. Instead, wouldn’t it make sense to turn to someone who’s happy in their marriage–someone who knows how to make it work for the long haul?

And when you’re ready for it, here’s the Best Marriage Advice Most People Don’t Want to Hear.

 


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