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Miley Cyrus Story Sets New Record


Miley Cyrus helped us set a new record as readers tuned in to follow her parents’ fight to save their 17-year-marriage. Here are five questions to consider if you’re trying to figure out whether to make-up or break-up.

Miley Cyrus
Miley Cyrus

More than 5,000 people stopped by yesterday to check out Carson Abrir’s story about Miley Cyrus’ father, Billy Ray Cyrus, telling the ladies on The View that he’s reconciling with Miley’s mother and his wife of 17 years.

Billy Ray Cyrus tells Joyce Behar he wants to keep his family together.

That’s a new daily record for a story on FatherhoodChannel.com. We appreciate viewers from around the world who continue to make our channel for news, tools, and tips on parenting, family and relationships one of the fastest growing resources on the web.

While we know anything related to pop idol Miley Cyrus will be interesting to her worldwide fans, yesterday’s article focused more on her parents trying to work out their marital problems. From the response, we suspect that’s a subject many Miley Cyrus fans relate to.

As our own unique way of saying thank you, here are five valuable questions from PAIRS Essentials, a leading marriage education program, to help couples like Miley Cyrus’ parents figure out if they will make-up or break-up. We hope you’ll save them and that they’ll be helpful to you too.

  1. What do I want that I am not getting?
  2. What am I getting that I don’t want?
  3. What am I giving that I don’t want to give?
  4. What would I like to give to you if only things were better between us?
  5. What am I getting that I do want?


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One thought on “Miley Cyrus Story Sets New Record
  1. These questions are great! If you don’t mind, I’d like to post them, with a link to this site, on my own blog at http://www.roxannewriteson.wordpress.com.
    Intimacy, the subject of my post yesterday, is such an elusive prize. Marriage is probably the toughest job, next to childrearing, I’d say, so thank you for sharing some guidance.

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