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ABC GMA Features a Couple Dealing with Jobs in Separate Cities

21 April 2009 Written by: Jorge Lazaro Diaz 2 Comments


ABC “Good Morning, America” features a couple whose jobs and the tough economy have them living in two different states. They discuss their struggle seeing each other only every six weeks. The story also includes an interview with Terry Real a psychologist / family therapist and author of The New Rules of Marriage discussing ways to cope with the situation. See the complete story by following this link.

I wrote related article in my review of The Love Dare book recently. I described how it help me refocus on my marriage during stressful times. You can find that articles at link.


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2 Comments »

  • Nick said:

    that sounds pretty tough to only see eachother every six weeks

  • Wanda said:

    Well I can’t argue with that, it is really hard to maintain a strong and a healthy relationship especially when you are miles and miles away from your partner. Not only is their stress about the economy situation but it makes more stress the fact that you have to move to another city just to get a job. I would struggle seeing my husband every 6 weeks just because I can’t be missing work much and trying to maintain my job. But it really is a nerve wreck wondering if he/she will be faithful and honest while your back at work miles away from you.

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