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Kill all the marriage counselors? Surprisingly sound advice

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Why am I not a marriage counselor? I got my degree in Psychology. I had – and continue to have – a vested interest in how we interact with each other and our environment. Interpersonal human relationships remain intriguing and mysterious to me, as they should to most people who live on this earth. And it’s easy enough to become a counselor. Take a few tests, hang out your shingle, and try helping people. But there was something holding me back. I distinctly recall a professor telling me that even if I could only save one in every ten marriages, I would be making the world a better place. But a nine out of ten failure rate just seemed a…

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Video: Missed It? Live Interview with Farnoosh Torabi, who talks female breadwinners, life balancing

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“Farnoosh’s ground-breaking book will save more relationships than couples counseling ever could.” —Barbara Stanny, author of Secrets of Six-Figure Women Today, a record number of women are their household’s top-earner. But if you’re that woman, you face a much higher risk of burnout, infidelity, and divorce. In this important and timely book, personal finance expert Farnoosh Torabi candidly addresses how income imbalances affect relationships and family dynamics, and presents a bold strategy to achieving happiness at work and home. Torabi’s ten essential rules include:  •  Buy Yourself a Wife: Outsource as many household tasks as possible to bring more peace and happiness to both your lives •  Don’t Assume a Mr. Mom is Best: The math might say he should quit…

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