WAHM’s Secret to Staying Positive When You are Married to Negativity

home based business and marriage imageWhat do you do when things become strained between your home based business and marriage?

I had one of those deep, almost spiritual, conversations with one of my home based business girlfriends on Friday about how many of us (women) struggle to stay positive when our husbands are not supportive of our home based businesses.

She has also experienced it in her business, and on her team.  And in fact, a fight on Friday morning I had with my husband about my business was the catalyst for the conversation in the first place.

I’m guessing it’s the same for the married guys out there to? Do you sometimes have trouble mixing your home based business and marriage too?

The challenges of balancing a home based business and marriage

Being a home based business owner can feel very isolating at times, and it can be hard to keep staying positive, let alone motivated and inspired when our spouses and families don’t feel the same passion about our home based businesses.

It’s not that they are wrong and we are right, or the other way around, but often spouses often have different ways of fulfilling their needs and achieving their goals.

But when tension builds between a home based business and marriage, it can be a very difficult thing to work through, which leads to many, many home based business owners losing their passion and giving up on their home based business goals.  I’ve seen several strong business builders give it up because of an unsupportive spouse over the years.

Obviously, marriage and family should come first, because for many (dare I say most?) of us building a home based business, our families and spouse are a huge part of our why, but there are ways to find balance.

After 13 years as a work at home mom, with the last 6 of them in network marketing, I’ve had my practice at developing the skills mixing my home based business and marriage, while staying positive to get through challenging times without losing momentum and focus on my goals, or destroying my relationship with my husband and family.

The biggest times of stress between my home based business and marriage, is when my business is in a huge growth stage.  It is at these times in my home based business where the building momentum of growth has taken on a life of it’s own.  To me it feels, similar to completing a home remodeling project or something.  The house can get a little out of control, and we find ourselves dividing an conquering when it comes to the needs of the kids.

I’ve been in a state of major focus and action in my business for the last 7 months and my husband has been wonderful, helping with the kids and the house so I could stay focused.  But we both hit a threshold this past week, where neither one of us felt like our needs were being met and we ended up butting heads.

I was frustrated because I wanted his help (actually his appearance) in a video I was creating for a challenge Ann Sieg was putting out to her leaders’ circle to create a “This is Me” video.  The deadline was Saturday and I’d been asking him for many days, for some time to work on the video, and for his input on it.

But the video, wasn’t high on his priority list because he was focused on his heavy stress load at work and feeling resentment about the extra work at home.  And after hurtful words were said by both of us, and he left for the day, I spent the morning frustrated and upset, questioning once again, how to find a balance between my home based business and marriage.

After my conversation with my friend, I realized how common these feelings are among us mompreneurs and I was inspired to shift my focus from a “this is me” video to something that could help other work at home moms (and dads) who may be struggling to stay positive and inspired, while keeping a positive mindset about their home based business while swimming in a sea of negativity.

In the video below, I’ll share with you some of the things I do to keep a positive mindset in my home business when I feel like I’m married to negativity.  I’ve also created a list for you below of ways my husband and I discussed to balance the needs of our home based business and marriage, and to meet the needs of our family.

I hope that this video helps you, if you sometimes don’t feel very supported in your business by your family and friends. And if you’re in business with your spouse and they’re 100% supportive of what you’re doing, I’m sure that someday one of your business partners, or students may feel this way, and being able to understand what they’re going through could make the difference between losing them as a business partner, and helping them succeed.

Tips for balancing your home based business and marriage:

  1. Don’t be married to the belief that you are right and your spouse is wrong.  There are two sides, always.
  2. Keep conversations flowing between you and your spouse, about your home based business and marriage needs.
  3. Set aside some time regularly when you’ll focus only on your spouse and family (unplugged from your computer and phone).
  4. Help your spouse share in your vision for your business, by taking the time to explain to him/her what it is you do, what your goals are, and share your reasons for wanting to build the business.
  5. Don’t complain to your spouse about your business.
  6. Don’t expect your family to be excited about it, to encourage you or make your business their priority.
  7. Find someone on your team (your up-line, sideline, or someone in another home based business) to share your business challenges and excitement with.
  8. Build a group, network, mastermind, tribe or something like that to get encouragement and accountability for your home based business goals.  Don’t put that pressure on your spouse to provide that for you
  9. Use your business time wisely; don’t waste it doing unproductive activities like playing on Facebook.
  10. Set “office hours” so your family knows when you will be off.
  11. Make a list of priorities in your business, so you can hit the ground running immediately when you’re ready to work, and not have to spend time getting ready to get ready.
  12. Share your goals with your family and make it about them, not you.  What’s in it for them?  Will they get to go someplace fun when you earn your company trip?  Put pictures on the fridge and let them track your progress.
  13. If they are interested, allow your family to help in your business, but don’t expect them to.
  14. Hold true to your word when you say you’re going to be done working at a certain time, be done.
  15. Reward your family, when they give you time to work on your business, with focused time for them.

All in all, things are so much happier in the Stephens household.  The tension is gone, and my husband and I are on the same page as far as my home based business and marriage/family goals.   I needed to readjust my expectations and set some better boundaries between my home based business and marriage, and he took the time to ask me again, what it was I am doing online, and how he could help me reach my goals.

Please tweet and share this post if you found value in it.  I would love for you to share with me how you find a balance between your home based business and marriage in the comments below.

Being a home based business owner can feel very isolating at times, and it can be hard to keep staying positive, let alone motivated and inspired.
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  1. Hi Heather,

    Thank you for being so open about your recent experience.

    My girlfriend has been as supportive as any spouse or significant others and I am almost unnaturally optimistic ;), but we run into tremendous resistance from time to time.

    We each have a similar vision yet the financial and relationship stresses that me running a home based opportunity can create sometimes is tough to take for both of us.

    Your #2 tip resonates with me strongly. When we talk about things immediately and make our feelings known to one another we are able to face, embrace and release the negative emotions that arise. Talk it out, walk it out, and get the feelings out of your system.

    After releasing the negative emotions it’s absolutely vital to consume posts like these. It helps so much to know others experience the same stuff, and reading your tips and feeling your inspiration makes all the difference in the world. That’s where a in person or cyber home based business mastermind is so crucial. Others know EXACTLY what you’re going through and can connect with you more easily. We also tend to trust the advice of those who have walked or are walking the a similar path.

    Thanks for sharing your valuable wisdom Heather. Enjoy your week 🙂


    • Heather Stephens says:

      Hi Ryan,

      Your comment of a mastermind is such a powerful one I want to point it out, and have arrows heading to it so everyone notices. I wouldn’t be able to work through things like this as easily if I didn’t have the perspective I’ve gained through my mastermind groups in the industry.

      Bryan commented on it, but this industry has such a powerful positivity that surrounds it and flows through it’s veins. When we stay connected to it, we can remain positive in our belief in ourselves and in our businesses. I believe that the people who don’t make it are the ones who don’t get that strength from the relationships of others.

      Thanks so much for your comment as always, you bring tremendous value to the conversation.

      I appreciate you, Ryan!


  2. Gia says:

    I only read the tips just to hear the most positive part of the article and they make a lot of sense and are well-thought out and productive.

  3. As a woman entrepreneur, yogini, founder, author etc etc who has been through it all I am called to remark. First for you – the progress you have made in utilizing modern social media marketing is just fabulous. Yes it is a different world. Those who do not swim in this sea would never recognize the valuable tried and true dynamics you demonstrate: blogging – free information to establish your value – the use of video – the value of team support … Community and communication. All of these are “feminine” values of thrival (versus survival) existing right next to the ” masculine ” line drive cause and effect business model the we have nourished in our economic model. I applaud you. Well done use of the tools of your trade. These are the tools of community and support – values that save the world when dog eat dog just doesn’t fly. I so dearly back you up in that you do this as you say for your husband… For your children … For the safety that two working partners brings to a family. I also say – for myself at least – I do it for me. Yes, for me. I expect that my self care and my creativity enhance the lives of those I love and those I serve – and as I express my truth I do it for the responsibility I have to my own growth and my own voice – a voice that only I can energize. May we all live give good service
    to the world. Every voice is needed. Thank you for raising yours.

    • Heather Stephens says:

      Thank you so much, Gael! You flatter me so much with this comment!

      You’re absolutely right that there is a what’s in it for me factor with my business. My blog and team are creative outlets for me, that help me to release tension, think through things more clearly, and to look at them from a new perspective.

      I do believe that it is helping me to become a better me, more centered and focused on what I want and what gifts I have to share with others. Things inside have awakened, that I didn’t know were there. Strengths within myself that were underutilized are quickly becoming assets.

      However, I also realize that my balance within my role as a mom, wife, homemaker, etc. has shifted and while I know I can’t do it all, I need to get better at setting boundaries with myself as far as the time I spend on my business.

      It’s a labor of love, and I can completely lose my sense of time when I’m working. Hours can go by, I’ll forget to eat, and end up “in the zone” and oblivious to what’s happening around me. Part of it is a developed skill of trying to tune out distractions while working from home. But I’m sure there are some hints of avoidance in there too, for the things I “should” be doing but don’t necessarily enjoy. (AKA dishes and laundry!)

      Thank you for your so beautifully written comment. I appreciate it greatly! Do you have a blog I could visit to get to know you better?


      • Thanks Heather. As always, sharing is expanding – and again you demonstrate…

        I have two blogs. As a yogini, my teaching blog is “My Take: What Would a Mystic Do?” at http://gaelsyokibics.blogspot.com. I offer practical wisdom for living BodyMindSpirit.

        I run a second blog as a dharma (“good works”) highlighting actions that any of us can take and be seen for that add to the positive vibe in the World. I post about all sorts of people and events that have the capability to be The Hundredth Monkey – the one who creates the tipping point toward peace. (I have a link on the blog to a free copy Ken Keyes book on the subject.) http://youarethemonkey.blogspot.com is the address – AND I invite posts to share the word about what individuals are doing and how they are making a difference. 🙂

  4. Hi Heather… I get it. For the most part I’ve laid down the law (LOL)… My issue is that it brings me down emotionally when asked “oh you’ve always got your head in your laptop!”… that hits a definite HOT button… but inside is a real anchor.

    Your advice is awesome though… and sometimes we do have to see it from a different perspective.

    Deep breaths my friend and chin up!! Thanks for all you do! Jayne

    • Heather Stephens says:

      Deep breaths are so powerful aren’t they?

      I know that my family thinks I’m addicted to my computer. LOL They call it “Oh’ Black Box.” I laugh mostly, when they say that and ask the black box to order a pizza, or what time the pool opens at the Y, but there are other times it’s stressful to me.

      I think it’s those times when I’m feeling threatened by the choices I’ve made for the day to focus on my business.

      We need to remember that we’re in control of our emotions and how we let others make us feel!

      Thanks for the reminder to breathe and for your awesome comment, Jayne!


  5. Heather,

    This is my favorite post in a long time. Actually, for me it is more just the negative people around me outside my home. My wife has been uber-supportive of the business, as long as I can avoid passive aggressive comments about me doing all the work and her watching tv 🙂

    My favorite, and most surprising, part of this industry is the positivity of the culture. And more importantly, how quickly that has rubbed off on me and completely turned my life around. However, now my greatest challenge is all of the negativity I’ve surrounded myself with to this point. Every time someone says “You are the average of your 5 closest friends,” I cringe because my friends are all more negative than me now.

    Sorry, I drifted. Thank you for the honesty and the great list of tips to combat negativity.

    You rock!

    • Heather Stephens says:

      Hi Bryan,

      Thanks, I’m so honored you liked the post! 🙂

      I feel the same way you do about the positive culture we’re surrounded with in this industry. It’s been a huge gift to me over the years and although I don’t think we’ll ever be able to excuse ourselves from negativity 100%, it goes a long way to have people around us who inoculate us against the negativity by helping us to grow our positive self talk, and expand our possibility thinking!

      I’ve had enough time to eliminate many of the negative sources I was exposed to. Some things are in our control like eliminating watching the news, but others are out of our control and that’s where our own self talk and positivity must be strong enough to not get brought down.

      Thanks for sharing your thoughts. I’m glad you drifted in your comment because you bring up some excellent points!

      Keep up the great work and thank you so much for commenting!


  6. Stella this post just screams read me. A lot of people go through this very same problem in there relationships. You gave a lot of insight here. This is my first time visiting your blog but I think you really have the formula over here. Talk soon

    • Heather Stephens says:

      Hi Robin,

      Welcome and thank you for your comment. I am hopeful that the insights I shared are helpful to you in your relationships too. 🙂


  7. Wow, Heather! You have done it again! I love this post and I can sooo relate.

    I actually watched your video the other day on Facebook and I understood every word you said.

    My husband is supportive but he sometimes gets frustrated because I’m not good at unplugging from my laptop. It’s something that I’m working on at the moment.

    Sometimes it helps to look at things from your partner’s perspective. How would I feel if he was working hours on end on the computer. I wouldn’t be happy definitely. So, why am I doing it?

    Thanks for sharing these awesome tips for balancing your home based business and marriage. I will be implementing them and sharing the outcome 🙂

    Great post. Well done!

    All the best,

    • Heather Stephens says:

      Thank you, Mavis.

      I know I’m not alone in these challenges. It’s hard to separate work from family when we work from home, and when our businesses are such a huge part of our passions, driven by a desire to improve the lives of our loved ones.

      For me it gets even more complicated when I think about the other lives (my readers and teammates) I’m helping as well. It’s a huge responsibility and it’s hard for me to give myself permission to say no, and to set boundaries.

      I unplugged for the weekend and it felt incredible. I have to say I was a little lost for a while, but overall it was great and I came back feeling very rejuvenated and full of ideas.

      Let me know what works for you as well, when you’re working at balancing your home based business with your family.


  8. Hi Heather,

    powerful video post. Thanks for sharing and being so open. You are right that stay-at-home dads and husbands are likely to face the same challenges.

    Kim Kiyosaki writes in her book “Rich Woman”: If you (as a woman) want to become rich, and your husband doesn’t – it will be a bumpy ride.

    Vice versa the same, I can tell you from experience.

    Now replace the adjective “rich” with any other adjective that is emotionally charged with resistance, for example “independent” or “free” or whatever it is, and chances are it’s the same bumpy ride.

    She’s not saying that it’s not possible – and I don’t say it either.

    My conclusion of that is that both spouses should at least engage in a certain level of personal development.

    My wife and I were doing the same seminars and she read at least the Kiyosaki-books that are available in German (as well as the German edition of ‘Think and grow rich’) and we’re playing Cashflow 101 & 202 on a regular basis.

    Even though she’s still a little bit critical with regard to network marketing and also runs into negative propaganda about nutritional supplements occasionally – while feeling the benefits of the the products she’s using (lol) – we are more or less on the same wavelength (which wasn’t always the case).

    Every time I had the impression that she was over-critical or complaining that it takes so much time or questioning whether or nor my work was effective, I realized that she only reflected my own thoughts and my own self-doubts.

    So I’d better work on myself instead of arguing with her.

    Coming from Napoleon Hill’s mastermind idea I can tell that the smallest possible mastermind group consists of two people – husband and wife – that are working together in harmony.

    That’s why, this is my ultimate goal: That my wife and I working together as a mastermind group, not only when it comes to educating our kids, but also when it comes to business.

    To be completely honest, it required me to take one decision: Two years ago we had our 20th anniversary of being together, on 7th of August 2009. On August 6th 2009 we didn’t know if we would be able to celebrate this anniversary or not, if our relationship would survive this day. We were on holiday in France and I said to myself while swimming in the Mediterranean Sea that there will be a woman somewhere in the world who is willing to follow this path with me voluntarily – and hopefully it’s my wife.

    I didn’t mean to cheat her, but I simply made clear that my WHY is serious.

    Today I know that it was a mistake to do that because I came from conditional love, but at that time, I saw no alternative.

    With the mindset I’ve got today I know that it “only” required that I believe in her that she can change and that she can make it.

    Before we can believe in ourselves we need someone who believes in us.

    Thanks again for sharing your insights.

    Take care


    • Heather Stephens says:


      Thank you for the meaningful comment!

      You bring up so many great points about you and your wife connecting and working on your personal development together.

      I went through a similar experience when my husband was in school. We went through it together, studying for his exams, writing papers, and doing assignments. It definitely brought us closer, as we each grow individually through the knowledge we were gaining.

      I hope that my business will be like that, in time. Right now he’s spread too thin with work.

      I’ve honestly, not given him the appreciation he deserves for what he’s done, as much as I should. I believe that there cannot be too much in the gratitude in a marriage, and by giving more appreciation, I’ll naturally receive more support.

      My business has become a labor of love for me. I get fulfillment in writing that I haven’t had before, as well as a creative outlet for my emotions and stress. He, unfortunately, doesn’t have an outlet for stress outside of exercise, because of his work schedule.

      I wasn’t looking at those things before our fight on Friday. I was looking at the situation from my point of view, not his…from my expectations, not considering his.

      I know that with any stressful situation like this that we’ve had, my husband and I always end up on the other side knowing each other better and stronger in our marriage, so I am grateful for the challenges we’re facing.

      It’s not that he doesn’t believe in me. I know that in my heart. But I’m grateful for the relationships I’ve developed within the industry to help feed my passions with my business.

      Thanks again for your comment! 🙂


  9. Hi Heather,

    One of the reasons I love visiting your blog is because I always know there is a REAL person communicating with me.

    Besides all of the other reasons that make you a fantastic blogger, this is the one that in my opinion makes you a stand out business leader Heather.

    We all want to be led by real people with whom we can identify.

    You are always courageous enough to write about REAL issues but more than this, you then share your wisdom and insights as a result of your own personal experiences to help others who are in the same situation.

    Thank you for doing this as well as you do.

    This post does all of the above brilliantly and will be a significant help to many many marketers battling the same challenges.

    As much as we don’t like challenges of this nature when they threaten to overpower us, we must remember that if we were not strong enough to transform them into opportunities to learn and grow stronger then we would not have attracted them our way.

    The key lies in knowing that you have the power to transform them and remaining still enough to know what the next best steps are to take to get you there.

    You have just demonstrated this perfectly!


    • Heather Stephens says:

      Thank you, Marcus,

      I love your comment and I totally agree with you about needing to be still and allow the next steps to come to me. The opportunity this brought up for my husband and me is one to help draw us closer together and understand each other better. That’s already been given to us. 🙂

      Ann Sieg pointed out to me yesterday that my business and marketing seem to be somewhat of a creative outlet that is an extension of my identity. I hadn’t thought of it that way until she said it, but she’s absolutely right.

      I have to say that my blog, although intended for marketing purposes, has become somewhat of a journal (ironically what they started out to be, right?) and a place for me to think things through and solve my own problems.

      It’s not always easy to share such personal things here, but in the writing and sharing that my feelings are processed and solutions appear to me. Some things are too personal to share publicly, of course, but after speaking with my friend and realizing that his is a universal challenge, I figured it was worth feeling a little raw helping myself could also help someone else.

      Thank you so much for your comment. I really value your thoughts, Marcus!


  10. Hi Heather,

    Such an inspiring post and something that many women can relate to.

    It’s tough when you don’t have the support of your immediate family or even your friends.

    My husband has been so supportive of me, but he’s also experienced some benefits of having my business ‘Income’ 🙂 so when he’s complaining that I’m up too late working or dinner is late, I simply remind him of the benefits of what I do.

    It’s important to hang in there. You’re perfecting your skills and growing your business which is the most important thing you can do.

    I have to say that for me #9,10,11 have helped me the most. Good time management can be huge for a mom that has so many things to juggle in a day.

    But the best part of your message Heather is that we are not alone. We all have many of the same struggles and hurdles and it helps ‘a lot’ to know we’ve got the support of each other 😉

    Thanks, Liz

    • Heather Stephens says:

      Thank you, Liz, for your comment!

      I agree that time management is huge for work at home moms. It can be hard to juggle everything and for me, things like dishes and laundry fall lower on the priority list (until one of the kids is scrambling for socks on a school morning! lol).

      For my husband the income is not his main motivator. He likes the money, but he craves time so much more.

      I relate it to the book about the love languages and time is definitely his love language priority. That’s why the money I’m making is not tangible for him. He’d much rather have evenings together than the things my money can buy.

      For me, my need for security and freedom are bigger. I don’t feel 100% secure in his job and I hate that he has to continue to work and answer to someone else, or be limited to a certain number of days off every year. I know that when I continue to work this business and reach my goals, I’ll be able to give him what he wants most…the time to enjoy life. (I just need to continue to paint that vision for him!)

      Thank you for your comment. It does let me know I’m not alone, as do all the other comments I’m receiving on the video and blog post.

      I appreciate you, Liz,

  11. This post has had such great timing for me. Today my 4 year old had his immunizations and yes it is so hard to see him get those shots and cry out in pain. I know it is good for him but still hard. I also can relate to the negative spouse issue. Sometimes I forget that he does not understand how network marketing works. Thanks for such an awesome post Heather.

    • Heather Stephens says:

      Hi Kelly,

      I think the immunizations were fresh on my mind because of my son and daughter recently getting theirs (and the fact that I was sitting in my health club’s wellness center across from the doctors’ office waiting room.) lol

      I hope your little one feels better after his shots. They stink, but I think it’s worse for us mommies than it is for the little ones. I will never understand why I’ve got to be the one to hold them down while the nurse does her job. I want to be the one to rescue them and comfort them with hugs and kisses, and let someone else be the bad guy. 🙂

      Thanks for your comment, Kelly!


  12. Very Interesting Post Heather. You’ve made some awesome points.

    I can image how hard it is to manage between home based business and Marriage.

    I’m still a junior in high school and for me it’s very hard to manage between blogging & studies ;).

    Anyways, Thanks for sharing this great Post. keep up the good work.


  13. Thanks for this great article, learned a lot from this.
    At present i’m bachelor and parents forcing me to get marry to a suitable girl.
    Unable to figure out good one for me should i go for it or not??
    Still a lot of thought i have to give because balancing too different things is pretty risky for me now

  14. Wow, what a powerful post and what a powerful video Heather. Very real, very heartfelt, very relevant.

    My children are adults now, although I do have my son living with me at the moment. And I don’t have a partner whom I need to consider. However, as you say, this is such a huge issue for so many women and men running their own home-based business that, as a coach, I need to be aware of the issues. I am going to keep this post in my ‘resource box’, so I can refer clients to it.

    With regard specifically to the video – Heather I sat wrapped in front of my computer taking in every word you said. You CONNECTED directly to me. And I loved the way you carried on regardless when there was a little commotion in the background! You totally held my attention for the 7 minutes!

    Thank you for sharing from your heart.


  15. Heather:

    What a truly passionate article/video. I was very moved by your honesty and transparency…2 very rare traits online these days. I find my biggest issue is the time constraints. I think your tip with unplugging the business and focusing dedicated time to the family is of the utmost importance.
    I applaud your take on the challenge video and your brilliant post.

    All the best,

  16. Wow Heather, thanks for such a powerful post and video

    We all need support and encouragement and when it is not there from someone close to us we can feel resentment and even be hurt.

    Your advice is spot on.

    Thanks so much.


  17. Solution to create harmony in each and everything is be positive and creative. If you will feel reflection of negative things you will be diverted from your aim.

  18. Great post, Heather! I agree with you that there are times when it is very hard for other people to see your vision while you are working to make your dreams a reality. I know that I’ve had to borrow a lot of money from my parents, and they seem to think that it is a pipe dream because I haven’t become a huge tycoon yet. I just have to keep reminding myself that it is really hard to see the building blocks for success until we really start to make headway in the business, and that’s okay. I just have to remind myself that I have a plan and I trust it.

    I liked it when you said that you are here to listen to us. I just want to say that I’m also here to listen to you and give you that support as you work to meet your goals as well.

  19. Your article is another fine example of a serendipitous life style for me – I just went thru this in a big way 2 days ago. And being a writer I tend to be a loner – I don’t reach out like I guess I should.
    But I made it thru the skirmish, and now this article comes along for me to read. Mana from heaven.

    For that I say, thank you. Thank you for sharing and making the video so that others may feel a little less pain.

    And here’s my tip, the only thing that got me through – time heals all wounds. Everything is cyclic. The argument today will vanish tomorrow and be replaced by enthusiasm. I’m not sure why, or how; other than we are all cyclic beings.

    So just like a ship sailing into a gale, ride it out. We will all learn something from it. And chances are it will be good.

    I do appreciate your insight, Heather. Thank you.

  20. It will be easy for you if you will organize your time and activities for the day so that you can sit with your family and talk. Communication is very important that is why you need to let your wife/husband understand the nature of your job. Being a blogger or seo specialist is not an easy task at times especially if you have a quota/deadline for the week. It is imperative that you remain focused and enthusiastic with the things that you do so that you will not easily get bored.

  21. I’m having the same problem with my gf right now. She thinks I lack time because I started to double on work. It’s becoming a mess.



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