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Reuniting with a Partner

There are times when life drives a couple in opposite directions, and they may choose to get a separation or divorce. Their issues could be...

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Find A New Career Path

Working and earning money are essential for most couples, but it can create difficult situations as time goes on. Many of them have already mapped...

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Drifting Apart

Living a full and busy life can keep couples from the realisation that their own goals have changed, and they might suddenly find they are...

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Creating a Family

Few young couples go into marriage expecting to have difficulties bringing children into the world, but it has happened plenty of times. They will try...

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Working It Out

The basis of any good relationship combines a large helping of compatibility with enough love and compromise to get through most issues, so working it...

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Involving Friends and Family

Couples who disagree on something often share their feelings with others, but involving friends and family in a marital disagreement can lead to more issues...

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Learning to Disagree

When many couples first start out, they are sometimes willing to agree with each other to keep their relationship intact. They see it as a...

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A Sudden Split

There are some couples who have always known then have differences on important issues, but they learned how to keep them separate before they made...

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When two people have made a formal commitment to build a future together, they often think of raising a family. Some of them purchase a home first, but others feel better about saving for a house that will fit their needs for many years. Their goal is to work together as a team to achieve their dreams, but divisive issues for couples can halt their progress. It can be even worse if they have children already because this can cause strife for everyone in the family.

The issues that divide people in life are not always large ones, but they are important to those involved. Their lack of agreement can cause them to have arguments, or it might make them choose to sever their relationship. Those with children will face the added burden of trying to keep them out of it while making visitation and support arrangements. All of it can be difficult, but it might not necessarily be avoidable.