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Your Hardest Family Question: His Brother’s DivorceBy Geoff Steurer, MS, LMFT

My husband’s brother and his wife recently separated after 20 years of marriage and 3 children. My brother-in-law has already moved on and has told the family within weeks of his divorce being final he will be marrying his new girlfriend.

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