On the surface, it seems that it’s difficult to figure out which is worse.
There’s a tendency to assume that a bad marital relationship is worse, because a bad divorce can be worse than a bad career, and a bad family life is worse than an abusive family.
But a closer look at the data suggests that the data doesn’t tell us which is more difficult.
When it comes to marriage, the data tells us that bad marriages are actually a bit easier to get through than bad career prospects, and worse than bad family lives.
In fact, bad marriages can actually be worse for both parties, because bad marriages actually tend to be easier to overcome than bad careers.
In fact, when it comes down to the problem of whether a marriage is bad or not, it actually comes down more to what kind of relationship the person in question has with the other person.
For example, the problem with a bad boyfriend, wife, and child relationship is that both of you are probably miserable.
But if you and your partner have a bad partner who is actually miserable, then the problems are much, much worse.
But in the case of a bad wife, child, and partner relationship, the solution isn’t to give up on the marriage and give in to the relationship.
If you have a husband who is a miserable alcoholic and you are a happy, healthy, healthy wife, then you might want to try to break up the relationship and try to do something else.
But for a husband and wife, the good news is that it isn’t that hard to make the divorce work, and it might even be easier for you to get rid of the relationship than for the spouse.
Even if you are not in a bad, miserable marriage, it’s important to keep in mind that the relationship is only as good as the relationship itself.
And for good marriage, you don’t need to be perfect.
It’s also important to remember that the bad marriage relationship is not necessarily the worst one in the world.
There are other bad relationships out there that are better than the bad one, and you might just end up finding one of them.