There are some couples who have been married for 30 years, while other couples don't even survive the first year. It's difficult to understand. How do some people manage to do it. How can a marriage survive year after year?
What role does luck play in relationships?
While working on revisions to my forthcoming book, Love We Can Be Sure Of (co-authored by my mom), I read through interviews with many women who grew up in divorced homes. Most people acknowledge that growing up in a divorced home can make relationships harder as an adult. My mom and I asked the women we spoke with what they felt they could to make sure their own relationships last. The foundation of our work has always been that even if you grew up in a divorced home, you have the ability to make healthy choices and are not doomed to repeat the mistakes witnessed in your family of origin.
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