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  • Posted 09/09/2013 07:15:48 EDT

    LW, I actually can relate to your letter in terms of repeating patterns.  It seems you can recognize that you are attracted to the same type of treatment from men over and over again.  You can probabl more »

  • Comment on: He's ignoring me

    Posted 08/29/2013 09:38:52 EDT


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  • Comment on: He's ignoring me

    Posted 08/29/2013 09:37:36 EDT

    Just speaking from some past experience, -kaptainfriday-... it's not for the win, for me.  It's for the survive.  :)

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  • Comment on: He's ignoring me

    Posted 08/29/2013 09:23:08 EDT

    LW, it sounds like you have gotten into a rut of letting men use you for "one thing," as you say.  And it sounds like you want someone to save you from yet another bad relationship.  Perhaps you wish more »

  • Comment on: Jealous of his mom

    Posted 08/28/2013 01:32:27 EDT

    This is just unusual - not sure what to say, LW.  I am not sure I ever wanted to be like a mom to my significant other.  Trying to understand your position from the emotion of jealousy, I think I have more »

  • Comment on: His secret life

    Posted 08/22/2013 07:45:11 EDT

    Dear LW,    Not only is your sexuality flexible, but your feelings are running the gamut, as is evident in your letter.  You wrote, "(i)n my heart, I feel like the right thing to do is to walk away," more »

  • Posted 08/21/2013 08:52:42 EDT

    Lol, FinnFann!  One person's hotness is another's burnt marshmallow.  Just sayin.  ;)

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  • Posted 08/21/2013 07:22:36 EDT

    Dear LW,    I hope you don't mean that your bf will move into your family home with you and your sons.  Because I think this is not the right move for a couple of main reasons: He didn't consult you o more »

  • Posted 08/20/2013 11:07:33 EDT


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  • Posted 08/20/2013 11:00:04 EDT

    Dear LW,    There is no use speculating on what your theater friend may or may not be feeling when you are moving to an awesome city, and the fact remains that she has a boyfriend!  Going out to dinne more »

  • Posted 08/19/2013 05:36:27 EDT

    Haha, I love all the conversation on this thread!  I think, as a reformed "snoop" myself, that there is sometimes an exhiliration in finding out something through covert means - like that book I read more »

  • Posted 08/19/2013 03:02:00 EDT

    LW, Not sure if you snooped because you are just a snoop in general, or if you are on shaky ground in just this particular relationship.  From what you've written, it seems like you define yourself as more »

  • Comment on: It's been 10 years

    Posted 08/16/2013 03:39:52 EDT

    Sally- okay!  I see you did put it in quotes.  :)  Some people I know are very judgy about bringing kids to bars but yeah, a pub is a different thing.  And the funny thing is, we were also there with more »

  • Comment on: It's been 10 years

    Posted 08/16/2013 10:35:38 EDT

    Charming Sean, I don't know how old they were, but they were acting immature.  The song was a weird R&B style.   Yep, it was our first time at the pub, and my kid and I both loved it!  The food was gr more »

  • Comment on: It's been 10 years

    Posted 08/16/2013 10:30:28 EDT

    FinnFann - I don't think I'd take the word of guys who sing to each other about how scary it is that a woman has kids seriously.

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  • Comment on: It's been 10 years

    Posted 08/16/2013 10:26:50 EDT

    Sally, true - I was at a pub, but it was outside, where the food was.  The guys were actually not at the pub, but at the adjacent restaurant.  And Jim-in-Littleton, I'd say I'm on the average side of more »

  • Comment on: It's been 10 years

    Posted 08/16/2013 10:12:19 EDT

    Dear LW,    I am also a single mom, and I know how you feel!  It is not easy to date when you have a child if you are a good parent, too, because your child comes first.  No matter what.  I tried dati more »

  • Posted 08/15/2013 09:50:01 EDT

    It would be helpful to read more details about what you consider "unstructured" parenting to be. And how yours differs "180 degrees," as you say. There are many different parenting styles that work, b more »

  • Posted 08/13/2013 12:36:22 EDT

    LW, There is always a chance of things becoming awkward when you express your feelings for someone. In this case, it sounds like you have a solid friendship, but you definitely want more. And you are more »

  • Posted 08/08/2013 12:45:31 EDT

    At this point, you have shown your fwb that you are a welcome mat anytime he wants to come back to you.  I wouldn't waste words on him, unless you want to tell him a clear message: "I love you so much more »

  • Posted 08/07/2013 10:06:01 EDT

    Dear LW,    I know the feeling.  Don't be down on your own feelings, because that means you have a heart, and you care.  If you know you're not up for one night stands, then be clear about that in you more »

  • Posted 08/05/2013 10:27:56 EDT

    Dear LW,     I have also read the online advice, telling daters to run far away from people with kids.  I think this is a shame, because an individual that you date is not defined solely by being a pa more »

  • Posted 07/25/2013 10:10:47 EDT

    Dear LW, You are in a vicious cycle of lies and distrust - good that your bf eventually told you about the first year indiscretions.  You weren't officially a couple, but he still lied about seeing ot more »

  • Comment on: Feeling small

    Posted 07/09/2013 11:39:31 EDT

    One more thought I had for the LW - your breasts are part of you, but they will neither make nor break a relationship.  I've dated guys who said I was not their "type" but they still found me attracti more »

  • Comment on: Feeling small

    Posted 07/09/2013 09:50:15 EDT

    Dear LW,    I know how you feel - I'm also petite and don't have a big bust.  It used to bother me, because I knew men sometimes said bigger is better - and I dated guys who told me their ideal women more »

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