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Marriage can sometimes be poisoned, but there are ways to cure it, according to Matt Jacobson, writer at For The Family, a family news organization. Jacobson said sometimes marriage problems are similar to physical wounds. Let them stay, and the results may be less than desirable. But facing issues head-on and trying to cure a marriage may be the best method, Jacobson said.
“Marriages go down because of the poison from neglected relational wounds,” wrote Jacobson. “And, just like my puncture wound, the difference between life and death is taking action — doing something about the poison.”
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