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Any relationship can heal. No matter how painful or destructive your relationship may be there is always hope for improvement and restoration. Sound impossible? Well, it's not! Antagonism and defensiveness can be dissolved. Anger and resentment can be replaced with forgiveness and compassion. Conflict can turn into cooperation.
Maybe you'll fall back in love and stay together in a way that works. Maybe you'll need to go your separate ways. Whatever happens, you have the opportunity and ability to heal your relationship. You can be free of the hurt, the anger and the resentment.
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I.R.S. WATCHES -- The I.R.S. ignores any agreements between the spouses about responsibility for taxes; if a deficiency is found, the I.R.S. can pursue either or both spouses for the back taxes and any penalties. Women are often at a disadvantage here because in many marriages men manage the money and wives often sign what their husbands tell them to.
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