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Thanks for a great article and for offering tools couples can use to increase their odds of staying together - happily! I think it's important to remember that things worth having are worth working for. A long term relationship takes effort and deserves attention and nurturing. If I know the divorce rate is 50% yet do nothing differently than everybody else, that leaves me in the pool with those odds. If I want my relationship to have better odds, I need to do something different. I plan to use these suggestions. Thank you.
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