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Advice Column Disclaimer
We do not guarantee that all questions will be answered. Advice is given in good faith, but the intent is to offer information of a general nature to help people in their uest for emotional and spiritual well-being. In the event you use any of the advice for yourself, the author and the publisher assume no responsibility for your actions. The Columnist may alter any information in the question which may possibly be identifying of the advice seeker, or, if several questioners have similar issues, a synthesis of those questions may be addressed in the column.
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