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  • Posted 11/10/2010 09:37:51 EST

    I wouldn't help him get the job. I would simply say that you felt it was a conflict of interest, and let him pursue the position on his own. His recent "rekindled" interest in you is not about YOU, bu more »

  • Posted 09/29/2010 11:05:18 EDT

    The guy is up BEFORE DAWN, IN BED by 9, IN CLASS 2-3 nights a week, AT WORK on the weekends. He probably also has to fit in study time for his classes, time for family or important personal relationsh more »

  • Comment on: What is he hiding?

    Posted 09/21/2010 08:12:20 EDT

    Some questions are never meant to be answered. People, those you love and those you don't, will do things that have no rational explanation, and rather than sleuth it out, you will have to just accept more »

  • Comment on: A T pass?

    Posted 09/06/2010 10:25:13 EDT

    First, I should state that I am not from Boston. Bostonians, and women Bostonians in particular, seem a bit closed and unapproachable to me. Perhaps it is a hefty bit of suspicion about the purposes o more »

  • Posted 08/27/2010 10:12:45 EDT

    Yuck. You are a selfish, self-centered young woman. You are obviously more in love with the image of what you want in life than the man you are with. My husband was MISERABLE at his job. He is great a more »

  • Posted 08/26/2010 10:38:20 EDT

    I'm sorry, but his story doesn't add up. I would dig much deeper, and make sure the rose-colored glasses were firmly tucked away. I'm sorry, but I just don't think I could pursue this as a relationshi more »

  • Posted 08/05/2010 08:49:29 EDT

    CB - Your sports analogies are making me crave some football! I think I adore you... more »

  • Posted 08/05/2010 08:42:15 EDT

    How manipulative of you to cleverly disguise the fact that you have participated in damaging TWO relationships with cutesy metaphors. Were you hoping to show off your story-telling skills, or hoping t more »

  • Posted 08/04/2010 08:35:12 EDT

    Why are some women NEVER EVER content with the great things that life gives them? I hate letters like this, because a chorus of "SEE! It doesn't pay to be a nice guy" just rang out from all the great more »

  • Posted 07/27/2010 11:13:59 EDT

    I hate it when work interferes with my LL times and I don't get here until 8 pages in... spoils my whole experience. To the LW - I think blue/white collar romances are not only do-able, but can be ver more »

  • Posted 07/27/2010 08:36:04 EDT

    Thanks for the replies! My boyfriend is from W. Roxbury, so we had decided on Donna's, but I think we're gonna check out Sandy's too. I like supporting hometown businesses!

    much appreciated!

    more »

  • Posted 07/19/2010 09:53:17 EDT

    Pardon the simplistic question, but I'm fairly new to Mass, and not familiar with the quality cake makers. Where should I order a yummy cake from? I don't want to travel all the way to Boston, and wou more »

  • Posted 06/28/2010 11:52:33 EDT

    What interesting opinions and ideas everyone presented. Thanks so much for taking the time to offer input. We hadn't resolved the date until just this last Friday, so I hadn't had anything to update. more »

  • Posted 06/10/2010 10:43:21 EDT

    In Response to Re: Difficult Groom's Mother... WHAT TO DO???: I know this isn't what you want to hear, but I think you're being unreasonable.  She has every right to say that that date is taken as you more »

  • Posted 06/10/2010 09:31:50 EDT

    Thanks for the advice... FI just wants everyone to be happy. He doesn't really care if we do it that day, but he cares that it is important to me, and will take the fallout from his mom if that's what more »

  • Posted 06/09/2010 02:27:02 EDT

    In Response to Re: Difficult Groom's Mother... WHAT TO DO???: Apparently I do a REALLY crappy job of explaining things.... It stands as: his mother finds the day, the one thing that I really am adaman more »

  • Posted 06/09/2010 02:21:03 EDT

    In Response to Re: Difficult Groom's Mother... WHAT TO DO???: If you asked her to use her backyard and she already has a commitment that is important to her I don't think you can "really" blame her.  more »

  • Posted 06/09/2010 02:12:07 EDT

    Oh, I need so much help, before I say something really wrong. A little background. Fiancee and I are both late 30's, this is a second marriage for both of us. I have two younger kids, he has none. We more »