Is love enough to keep a marriage together?

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Raul and Vivian celebrate 21 years of marriage this week. After all that time, the two reflect on the mistakes that they made early on in their relationship. The two were young, and made mistakes that young people make.

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Raul admits that his biggest mistake was being possessive of Vivian, who decided to lie about her whereabouts when he wasn’t around. Raul fell in love with a fiery, independent woman, but his own insecurity cooled that very fire. Raul came to realize the error of his ways and learn to let Vivian be the Amazing Queen she always was.

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