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How to handle a sleep-stealing partner.
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When people say awkward things about your lack of children, just tell them you’re a “PANK” (professional aunt, no kids).
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From assessing their abilities to having the talk about whether it's time to get off the road, the process isn’t easy — but it is important.
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