Your Second (or third, or fourth) Marriage Will Also Fail

You must address the common denominator

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So you’ve failed at marriage. Maybe more than once. I get it — it’s hard enough the first time, and statistics routinely suggest that it never gets easier the more times you try it.

Marriages end. Kind of a lot, actually. There is some evidence that the divorce rate has…

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B.A. in Speech Communication. Graduate of the Defense Information School. Introspective writer with a passion for helping others. frankvaughn@gmail.com

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Frank Vaughn

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B.A. in Speech Communication. Graduate of the Defense Information School. Introspective writer with a passion for helping others. frankvaughn@gmail.com

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