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The Wall Street Journal relationship columnist Elizabeth Bernstein wrote about how nagging can be just as dangerous, if not more so to a marriage than infidelity. On the CBS Morning Show, Berstein, comedian Top Papa (host of the competition show Here Come the Newlyweds) and the Morning Show hosts, discuss just what qualifies as nagging and how dangerous it really is.

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Comment by Roseline on February 8, 2012 at 3:22am
To give an insight about what nagging is all about, let see what the dictionary say about nagging. Acccording to the concise oxford English dictionary:- nag means to "constantly ask (someone) to do something which they are reluctant to do".

What I have to add is that, if any one feels that he/she is been nagged, he/she should try to do that thing in which he/she is been nagged about as long as it is not illegal. From the marriage point, I think marriage is give and take, let no one thinks the his/her partner is nagging. I think "nagging" the word used mostly by men to run away from their responsibilities.

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