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Could negative thoughts and actions be good for marriage?
From: Interracial Dating Blog
As per common knowledge and the Law of attraction, we are supposed to behave and think positive towards our spouses if we are to have a good relationship. Well, James McNulty, a psychologist at the University of Tennessee seems to believe that some marriages thrive on conflict. According to McNutty, the …
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Could negative thoughts and actions be good marriage?
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Did he just decide he got in over his head or what?
So guys. . .If you are in a relationship for about a year and you are making plans for the future, having fun, minimal arguments with one another and so forth. . . and then you dump a good, consistently loving girl because you’re “Just not there” what are you saying? Just not ready for the level of commitment you had previously expressed so much interest in? Are you wondering if you could still do better-or willing to risk a good relationship to find out? I wasn’t given more of an explanation but my ex is sure out there partying it up now that we aren’t together-Did he just decide he got in over his head or what?
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