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After a husband's sexual misconduct, advice for women who choose to stay

Since the news of Harvey Weinstein's allegations of decades of sexual misconduct broke last October, headline after headline has exposed more men accused of harassment or abuse. Many of these men are married. So what of the wives who choose to stay in the union?

How should women who stay with prominent men accused in the #MeToo

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