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This copy is for your personal non-commercial use only. Q: How can I keep my marriage going? We have two grown kids. The youngest still lives with us part-time. I can understand that after 25 years things can get stale. I believe this is a fundamental difference of values. Should I allow him to meet up with this couple on his own? I think he might regardless if I approve or not. Should we get counselling? Is there any hope in bridging this divide? Or a weekend away somewhere romantic. Values are very important.
But if your prime value is your marriage, start therapy to consider changes you two can comfortably, enthusiastically make so your marriage feel rewarding again. But sometimes the best help you can give is to simply just listen. Nor be able to keep her happy, and so will himself be unhappy. ing group sex instead risks trust and respect. Copyright owned or d by Toronto Star Newspapers Limited. All rights reserved. To order copies of Toronto Star articles, please go to: www.
By Ellie Advice Columnist Thu. Divided On Values. Ellie Tesher is an advice columnist for the Star and based in Toronto. Send your relationship questions via : ellie thestar. Report an error. Journalistic Standards. About The Star. More Life. Top Stories. About Feedback. Toronto Star Newspapers Ltd.Wife wants to try swinging
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My adventurous husband wants to start swinging with other couples. I don’t. What should I do? Ask Ellie