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Broken links can result in breakdowns. This happens in all sorts of situations.
There’s an intentional play on words here; I’m sending two messages in one (as we all do, so often in our relationships). Normally I don’t recommend it, but here it is relevant.

Broken link message 1

We launched Couples Retreats on the 14th of February from a temporary website address. It has now found it’s new home at www.couplesretreats.com. The original address (retreats.barrywinbolt.com) is now defunct, so if you bookmarked it you might want to change it.
I’m sorry if there was a break in service, we should have spotted that this might happen.

Broken link message 2

Relationships rely on links too. Broadly speaking, good links make for good relationships. The second message is a reminder that shaky links between people need maintenance and repair, just like web links, if you want to avoid a break in service.
There’s plenty of information on the new site, and if there is a long-term relationship that’s important to you, you’ll find lots to interest you. Recent posts, for example, have included:
Four Steps for Managing the Differences in Your Relationship
Learn to Argue Properly – the Art of the ‘Domestic’
A Relationship Commitment Test
Keep your links strong, and both you and your relationships will benefit.
 

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