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Have you divided yourself from others, your friends, because your spouse or significant other doesn’t want you hanging out with them?

Has your spouse or significant other found fault or had an issue with your parents, friends, or family members? Perhaps in hopes of stopping the arguments you’ve allowed them to control you and ultimately have isolated yourself and as a result are now feeling lonely?

In this video I’m discussing why this happens and how you can deal with it.

NOTE: This video is Part One of a two-part series.

 


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