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In general, when looking for a spouse, which of the following traits has become more desirable for both men and women? (Points : 1)
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One should be responsible because it is needed to have a good family. She/he must know to handle the situation in the family. Trust and respect is important too. It is needed to build a strong bond in the family.
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