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When Just Hearing Your Spouse Out, Isn’t Enough. 5 Fail-Safes to Avoid Ugly Arguments

Are you hearing or are you listening to your spouse? (Or, as Birdman would say: Is you hearing or is you listening?) Jokes aside, the two sound the same, right? But there is a difference between the two. Yes, a big difference. Think back to the last argument you had with your spouse. If you’re Keep Reading ?
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