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Whenever you want to talk, there’s always someone up in one of our Facebook communities. These private Facebook groups are a safe space for support and encouragement — or getting it off your chest.
Here's the place to talk about what it's like to take care of your partner, husband, wife, girlfriend, boyfriend, ex, or anyone else you're in (or have been in) a romantic relationship with.
Women are seen as natural caregivers, to spouses, children, parents, and other family members.
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