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Old 11-28-2017, 04:13 AM
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Just be aware that his release from prison to live in your home will probably require some adjustments from both of you. If you cooperate and work together through any issues that arise, it will reduce/resolve any conflicts that come up. It will be a big change for both of you, so try to be patient when problems do happen.

It probably won't he the same as it was before he was locked up. He also has a responsibility to be considerate of you and your opinions since you have had to carry the entire load of running your household while he was locked up.
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