You have to know love language of your couple very well, without it marriage is unbelievable
Megan J. Thompson, Legal Writer at https://lawrina.com/
I’ve graduated from the Washington College of Law where my emphasis was on corporate law. I was the recipient of dozens of scholastic awards and service awards thanks to my essays and research papers. During this time I worked as a legal writer serving on law reviews for my college and serving as an editor and content writer for my law school review journal. Outside of school I worked in the Washington Post as a comment editor and writer and worked as a paralegal for public and private firms. I continue to focus on human rights and remain a member of the Harvard Law School human rights community.
We know there are certain words we shouldn't use when talking to or about our spouse, but there are other words we don't think about, that seem benign which can be extremely damaging. Dr. Noelle Nelson shares some of them.