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Q. How long do we stand (wait) and hope for our spouse to turn around? Until they file for divorce?

A. This is a very dynamic question. My advice is to move as slow as you possibly can. Many couples have stories of reconciliation from extremely difficult situations. Many couples have even divorced only to rediscover their love and get married to each other again. Reconciliation happens when hearts change and we never know what will turn the heart of the other, but when it happens — it takes place quickly. So, there is no formula but it is wise to not be in any hurry.