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Author of the new book, No Cheating, No Dying: I had a good marriage. Then I tried to make it better., Elizabeth Weil, discusses the process of trying to make her good marriage great.
Elizabeth Weil is a contributing writer for The New York Times Magazine. Her husband, Dan, is also a writer, and they had a good marriage. Then, Elizabeth decided she wanted to put as much focus and attention on her marriage as she had in the other aspects of her successful life. So for a year Elizabeth and Dan attended marriage education classes, went to therapy, read marriage self-help books and much more. Elizabeth has craftily weaved the story of their relationship and the journey of their last year of marriage in her new book, No Cheating, No Dying: I had a good marriage. Then I tried to make it better.
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