Happily Ever After is Just the Beginning – The Care and Feeding of Your Marriage So It Will Last
One of the saddest comments I hear from couples is that they feel more like roommates than lovers. Many believe that this is the inevitable result of years of togetherness. In reality, it is the result of the choices each of you make day after day, year after year. Love doesn’t have to die but it will if it is neglected. When everything else becomes more important than your marriage, its premature death is almost guaranteed. Marni Feuerman, marriage therapist and the marriage expert at About.com, reveals five simple steps to care for your marriage so it thrives, not dies.
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