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Marriage Advice from the 1950s That Still Applies Today

Reader's Digest Logo By Beth Dreher of Reader's Digest | Slide 1 of 11: 'Nagging causes more unhappiness in families than extravagance, poor housekeeping, and infidelity put together.' —Dorothy Carnegie, author of How to Help Your Husband Get Ahead (1957)

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'Nagging causes more unhappiness in families than extravagance, poor housekeeping, and infidelity put together.' —Dorothy Carnegie, author of How to Help Your Husband Get Ahead (1957)

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