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Is It Better To Come From a Broken Home or Live in One

IS IT BETTER TO COME FROM
A BROKEN HOME OR TO LIVE IN ONE?
 
 
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I doubt there are many people thinking of divorce on their wedding day.  But, sadly, approximately 50% of those who say those wedding vows will one day be faced with divorce.  For many, this is a difficult decision to make, especially if children are involved.  I would like to share an article that I wrote that was recently published on Yahoo! Contributor Network.  Perhaps this will make it easier for some to deal with their thoughts during this time.

Are You In A Relationship With Someone Who Is Passive-Aggressive?

 
 
 
ARE YOU IN A RELATIONSHIP WITH
SOMEONE WHO IS PASSIVE-AGGRESSIVE?
 
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Relationships where one partner shows passive-aggressive behaviors can be very hard on the one who has to deal with this behavior.  Typically, there is a problem with understanding where you stand in the relationship.  You may question your own sanity at times due to the way a passive-aggressive person acts toward you.
 
Smiling while stabbing you in the back is a good way to describe what some encounter while in this type relationship.