February 15, 2006 | I just heard the same ol'-same ol' comment, made to a woman who was desperately trying to rescue her marriage: a counsellor, a lawyer, a minister, and a number of friends quoted the line, which comes from somewhere, I'm sure, as it has been used so much that it sounds like "truth."

"Your marriage is over. Why don't you face it and move on with your life. The marriage is dead."

She decided no one had the right to pronounce her marriage dead, and she fought with all she had to rescue it. Where do these "professionals" get off telling women their marriages are dead?

This is one more piece of bad advice people ought to be warned about.



Heard some awful advice? Don't just sit there— warn others!

 
     
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