Knowing when to keep quiet helps, too. As does the ability to accept the other person’s annoying habits, which tend to be amplified the more time you spend with each other.
Knowing when to keep quiet helps, too. As does the ability to accept the other person’s annoying habits, which tend to be amplified the more time you spend with each other. Miami Herald File
Knowing when to keep quiet helps, too. As does the ability to accept the other person’s annoying habits, which tend to be amplified the more time you spend with each other. Miami Herald File

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About Ana Veciana-Suarez

Ana Veciana Suarez

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Ana Veciana-Suarez writes a column about family, women's and social issues. She is the author of Flight to Freedom and The Chin Kiss King.