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PER­FECTLY IM­PER­FECT FAM­I­LIES

In our Septem­ber is­sue, Ada Cal­houn of­fered her best ad­vice for mak­ing your mar­riage last. For her, it’s all about ac­cept­ing the im­per­fect, em­brac­ing change, and be­ing nice. Many of you re­lated to this.

“My hus­band drives me bonkers at times,” Claire Cox wrote. “There have been plenty of times when I have con­sid­ered leav­ing, but I would rather be driven bonkers by the man I have grown and changed with than chuck in the towel. As a karate stu­dent, we say achiev­ing your black belt is the start of the jour­ney; it takes prac­tice and ded­i­ca­tion to main­tain and im­prove your skills. This is very much how I see my mar­riage.”

Rosie Green’s col­umn about the new school term also res­onated with you. @Gem­maash10 tweeted: “Lov­ing @Rosiegreenbq ar­ti­cle in @Red­mag­daily – I hear you! Bring on Sept and back to nor­mal­ity and peace #racey­outotheschool­gates.”

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