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Marriage is intended to be a lifelong commitment, but more and more marriages today end in divorce. Learn about creating a marriage that will last with advice from professional experts and personal anecdotes.
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Recognizing That You're Always Communicating

There's no doubt that communication is essential to maintaining a strong, healthy marriage, but remember that you don't have to talk to be communicating. In fact, as the old adage says, actions sometimes speak louder than words.

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  • Recognizing That You're Always Communicating

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    There's no doubt that communication is essential to maintaining a strong, healthy marriage, but remember that you don't have to talk to be communicating. In fact, as the old adage says, actions sometimes speak louder than words. See more »

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