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Conflict: Overcome Triangles in Marriage

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Six pages. Marriages are intended for two. When a third party (parent, sibling, child, affair partner) upsets the balance they've formed a triangle. The "victim, bully, and savior" roles are notoriously hard to break out of. Here's a discussion on how to (pardon the psych speech) "de-triangulate."

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