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Dear Life Kit: My husband wrote an 80-chapter book. Do I have to read it?

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Dear Life Kit: My co-worker posted a terrible review about me! Should I tell our boss?

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Dear Life Kit: My parents ran a background check on my partner. How can I trust them?

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