secret to marriage
They each understood "the difference between the person and the persona," she says.
It doesn't get much sweeter than this.
Betty's advice has science to back it up. Psychologist Arthur Aron of Stonybrook University told The New York Times in 2010
“We took a vow, in sickness and in health, be together -- and we just maintained that,” Leeland told CBS Minnesota. Despite
It was only when our own young marriage hit the rocks that I realized there were some bigger, broader questions to examine about the institution itself -- like, for example, what motivates 90% of us Americans to marry at all, considering the dismal odds.