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I read the article and for the most part I agree. But I also think the biggest reason why most relationships fail is just because people just don't want the relationship bad enough. On top of that, too many people don't even know they're in a bad relationship in the first place. I heard a radio show talk about this last week. It's about "Six ways to know if you're a sucker for a bad relationship". Here's a link to it:
I think it's a good companion to this psychology today article. I guess if people knew they were entering into bad relationships ahead of time, then maybe they could stop them before they actually fail.
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