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Sunday, April 2nd is National Reconciliation Day

If you have fences that need mending, Sunday is a great opportunity to get started. National Reconciliation Day became popularized by the late advice columnist Ann Landers in response to a reader’s letter back in 1989.

Don’t be shy — extend that olive branch. You never know — it may end up being the best thing you’ve ever done. Stumped for ideas on breaking the ice? Check out this step-by-step guide for reconciling those cracked-but-not-broken relationships in your life.

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