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Should You Attempt to Save Your Marriage?

When I should have left

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I know a young woman who made the difficult decision to end her marriage after a year. I have great respect for her strength. It raises the question, how much time should we invest in saving a marriage?

It’s a critical and complex answer.

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Colleen Sheehy Orme

Colleen Sheehy Orme

National Relationship Columnist, Journalist & Former Business Columnist. I cover love, life, & relationships— #WomanResurrected colleen.sheehy.orme@gmail.com

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