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Breaking the Rules about Writing about Marriage
These are the rules for talking or writing publicly about your marriage:
1. Only acknowledge difficulties in the past tense.
2. Take on the bulk of the blame (i.e., don’t point fingers, even if said fingers are justified).
3. Emphasize the lesson you learned during your brief flirtation with marital discord.
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Katherine Willis Pershey
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