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Life outside of marriage is full of challenges and hardships. These challenges and hardships can be difficult to deal with, but married life gives you the opportunity to overcome these hardships together. Once you are married, you have someone to rely on for everything, including emotional support. Sometimes, however, it does become too much for one person to handle. If your marriage is suffering from a lack of routine, find ways to restore it back to a routine so that both spouses can have a better understanding of the relationship and how to work through problems together.
Source: To Kill A Mockingbird
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