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What these brides learned from their husbands' exes (yes, seriously!)

Usually people don't want to have anything to do with their partner's ex. But other times, in a surprising turn of events, marital wisdom can come from the most unexpected source — your spouse's ex. While many would want to stay as far away from their partner's ex as possible, befriending them (if only for their wisdom) can be a smart option, too. Case in point: these real brides share the stellar advice they received from their spouse's ex — and so it's only appropriate that we share the wealth (and knowledge!).
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