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Five ways for parents to keep their relationship thriving:

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1. Give 100 percent of yourself to your relationship.
2. Pay attention to little things; they matter.
3. Focus on the positive aspects of your partner.
4. Turn toward, not away from, your partner.
5. Remember the golden rule: Do unto your partner as you would have him/her do unto you.


• Maisielin Ross, certified family life educator, Family & Consumer Sciences, Palm Beach County Cooperative Extension, University of Florida's Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences


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