Use Your Words

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  1. shadus713 says:

    Reblogged this on Just Shad…like shadow, without the OH and commented:
    The words are there, you’ve only got to express them. Something I myself fell short on in my marriage, for one reason or another. Live and learn!

  2. nofaithpoet says:

    Very good advice. I enjoyed reading this.

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