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Protect The Marriage: Why It’s Essential You Abandon The Victim Problem

Any marriage will have its troubles. And it is how you deal with your difficulties that can separate marriages that survive from those that lead to failure. One of the biggest errors anyone can make is to paint themselves as a victim. A marriage conflict is never one-sided. Most likely you had just as much input in it as your spouse.
12/15/2011 Seattle, WA – Mary Winslow  has been married for decades or so. “It’s quite simple to make yourself out to be the victim. I know mainly because I did it myself. It felt like I was always the one that was being disadvantaged. I became always the one that was hurt, the one that was being taken for granted. I never thought that it was the other way round. I became wrong, I understand that now. I also understand that marriage is a give and take, it isn’t always about you.” Winslow also advises a

Protect The Marriage: Why It’s Essential You Abandon The Victim Problem

Tue, December 27 2011 » Uncommon