How to (Not) Walk Away

When Being Married gets Really Tough

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Living with someone is hard. Living with someone who is your polar opposite is even harder. Living with someone who is your polar opposite and struggles with depression, anxiety, and mood disorders is unpredictable at it’s best and terrifying at it’s worse.

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“The definition of greatness is to inspire the people next to you… It’s not something that lives and dies with one person.” — Kobe Bryant — I write to inspire.

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“The definition of greatness is to inspire the people next to you… It’s not something that lives and dies with one person.” — Kobe Bryant — I write to inspire.

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