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What To Do If Your Spouse Doesn't Want To Move

Discuss with your spouse the reasons for which he or she does not want to move and try to explain the reasons for which you do want to move. Trying to see your partners' perspective on the matter may help you gain a better understanding of their worries and concerns. Remember that marriage is a partnership and it is important that any agreement is a joint agreement. Talking and communicating is crucial when making an important and life changing decision such as moving.

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