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Dear Ann Landers,
I've learned a lot from your column. The most valuable bit of advice was the counsel given by my grandmother when I married. It was this: "Don't look for perfection in your mate. You will not find it. And it's just as well. Living with a saint can be tiresome. Learn the wisdom of compromise. It is better to bend a little than to break." -- Norfolk, Va., Reader

Dear Va.,
Words of wisdom not only for newlyweds, but for all of us. Remember them.

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,This guy is a good friend, calls me a lot. If I don't answer he asks me to call him. Few times he said he would call but did not. Us it forgetful,distracted, or something else?

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