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Elevated Living

Happily Ever After Doesn’t Look the Way You Think It Does

But that doesn’t mean it isn’t worth having or pursuing.

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Everybody grew up on the idea that successful relationships last “until death do you part.” In fact, everyone’s heard those words so often, they’ve forgotten what they really mean — that if you and your partner beat the odds and don’t simply break up at some point, one of…

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Shannon Hilson

Shannon Hilson

Life is short and precious. Memento mori. | Email: bellingthecat@gmail.com | Links: https://linktr.ee/shannonhilson

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