WellBeing

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On the way to school one morning, totally unprompted, my younger daughter offered the thought, “I wish we didn’t have money.”

“Why?” I asked, in full parental focus-on-getting-to-school-on-time mode. “Money can help us do things.”

What I was thinking was, “It can help you go on that

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