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Myth 5 From the 8 Myths of Marriaging

Myth 5 From the 8 Myths of Marriaging

5. The No-Waves Myth (and other myths about marital communication): I can find (or create) a perfect match for myself and then I will be happy. When we try too hard not to have any friction or “too-candid” communication, and when we keep things from each other because...
Teach Your Children Values This Summer

Teach Your Children Values This Summer

When our book Teaching Your Children Values hit #1 on the New York Times Bestseller list in the ’90s, people were surprised. We were surprised. A parenting book had not topped that bestseller list for 50 years. Thinking back, there were a couple of reasons for...
Myth 4 From the 8 Myths of Marriaging

Myth 4 From the 8 Myths of Marriaging

4. The Perfection Myth (and other myths about happiness and expectations): I can find (or create) a perfect match for myself and then I will be happy. Truth: Some married couples are better matched than others, and there are even those who believe they have found...
Myth 3 from The 8 Myths of Marriaging

Myth 3 from The 8 Myths of Marriaging

3. The Independence Myth (and other myths about freedom): It is best for each spouse to maintain his or her own independence and form a self-reliant two-way partnership. Truth: Independence is overrated and lonely; and it gets more so the longer we live....

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