Most of us, at some point in our lives, have heard a great piece of advice about love. Perhaps it's something from your mother or father, a grandparent, a mentor, a friend, something you've read -- a piece of advice that has stayed with you and has helped you in finding love, understanding love or staying in love. It's the kind of advice you repeat to yourself during difficult moments, or find yourself re-telling your friends. I wanted to hear more of these stories from other women, all sharing those key moments from their lives. What simple piece of wisdom or guidance resonated with them, and why was it so meaningful? When I was 16, the love of my young life yes, Joe B.
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Wait for them to come to you. The advice came from my dear friend Jennifer, who has a stepfamily of her own and understands that it takes time and patience to blend and bond. I was nervous. Scared, in fact, of two girls, ages 8 and