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Your Hardest Family Question: I’m being pushed away in my marriage By Geoff Steurer, MS, LMFT

I’ve been married about 21 years. Six months after we got married we had our first child. When this happened, my wife utterly changed from being an easy-going person to being mean all the time. This was not the person I married anymore.

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