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  • n. Plural form of homelife.


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  • Kids are not taught rudimentary skills in school and their homelives are in turmoil while parents are too busy to pay proper attention to their “formative” years.

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  • About bullied or abused people; people with unhappy homelives; people with poor diet whether or not this is by choice; people who don't get enough sleep; people with long-term illness/pain.

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  • To crack the ceiling and push through the wall, two different kinds of changes have to be made in the way we organize our lives: changes in our homelives and changes at work.

    Work and Personal Life Balance Conference

  • And yes, "straight" people do discuss their sexuality, simply by discussing and showing their spouses and homelives.

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