Could Math Have Predicted My Divorce?

A case study says yes and I agree.

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Thinking about it, I am certain that if you put my ex-husband and I in a room together and videotaped us having any kind of conversation for 30 minutes, you would conclude, very quickly, that our marriage didn’t stand a chance. You’d be right.

I don’t think that people need to be remarkably similar in order to successfully be together. How do you disagree is far more important than whether or not you agree.

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Being able to speak and listen, in a kind an open-hearted manner, and provide a space of validation, breaks down just about any barrier or wall that can exist in a relationship.

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