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25 Jul 2005

I had it. Need advice.
I am married for 14 years. My wife and I have huge differences and I think it is catching up to us. I do love her, but our view points differ. Our backgrounds differ. In the past year, the feights increased and I am always the one that makes up. I'm sick of that now and will wait till she makes up. I thought two different poles normally have good relationsships, but it seems that its running to a dead-end.

Do you think we will ever resolve our differences?

Advice please.
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01 Jan 0001

Well, you two have managed for 14 years, so even of not easily compatible, you should be capable of reaching a satisfactory understanding. Marriage counselling should enable you to decide if this is possible. Your problem may be not that you're incompatible, but that it may be just a bit beyond your capacity to sort it out all on your own
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