Nagging: The Marriage Killer?

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A recent story in The Wall Street Journal described nagging in marriage as potentially more toxic than adultery. Some of us are guilty of it, most every couple has experienced it and we all know it’s not a good thing. So why do we nag and how can we stop? We talk to B. JANET HIBBS, a Philadelphia marriage therapist and author of “Try to See it My Way: Being Fair in Love and Marriage,” and HOWARD MARKMAN, professor of Psychology and the co-director of the Center for Marital and Family Studies at the University of Denver.

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