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- Families who can't shell out big bucks for studio shots can still get beautiful family photos.
- Non-disclosure puts the kids well-being at risk — AND it's extremely disrespectful towards the ex-spouse.
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- Like so many traditions, this one serves no purpose in modern society, other than to showcase stupid behaviour
- "Trick Shot" Titus is a testament to the power of relaxed house rules.
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- Hands up if you've ever turned a trip to the grocery store into a chance to pick up a new accessory or two with your milk and bread. Nearly everybody has the desire to keep some of their spending on the down-low. A 2012 poll conducted for the website creditcards.com found that 7% of live-in couples have some sort of hidden financial account. It is much healthier, however, for couples to agree to a set amount of discretionary spending they don't need to talk to their partner about. Here are seven seemingly innocent expenses that you should never hide from your partner. by Rebecca Cuneo Keenan