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Jacque Reid goes Inside Her Story with relationship expert Steven James Dixon about his goal to save marriages regardless of how dire the situation is.

“All marriages can be saved. Marriage is not the problem, the problem is that raggedy husbands and raggedy wives and the baggage they bring with it. Anything can be fixed with coaching. What dedication do you want to have to fix that marriage?”

What is the number one reason couples get divorced?

“It’s about their observation and experiences they’ve seen before marriage.”

Click the link above to hear the entire interview.

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7 thoughts on “Relationship Expert Steven Dixon Says Every Marriage Can Be Saved, Divorce Is Not An Option

  1. Argentina Cuevas on said:

    who ever is reading this testimony today should please celebrate with me and my family because it all started like a joke to some people and others said it was impossible. i am happily married with two kids and a lovely wife something terrible happen to my family along the line, i lost my job and my wife packed out of my house because i was unable to take care of her and my kids at that particular time. i manage all through five years, no wife to support me to take care of the children and there come a faithful day that i will never forget in my life i met an old friend who i explain all my difficulties to, and he took me to a spell caster and and the name of the temple is called, DR Olorun, i was assure that everything will be fine and my wife will come back to me after the wonderful work of Dr Olorun, my wife came back to me and today i am one of the richest man in my country. i advice you if you have any problem email him with this email: olorunoduduwaspiritualtemple @ g mail.c om, and you will have the best result. take things for granted and it will be take from you. i wish you all the best.

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  2. October 1 on said:

    I was in an abusive marriage. Thank goodness that is over with. If the abuser does not or cannot change, why stay and be a punching bag.

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