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  • Posted 05/22/2015 09:20:08 EDT

    Oh Honey, you're not compatible and he's rigid. There's really nothing here so don't try to make it seem like a "fit." There's a reason why guys like him are in their 40's and have never been married. more »

  • Posted 05/21/2015 09:12:06 EDT

    Please do the right thing and break up with her immediately. This is one of those times when saying "It's not you, it's me" is the truth. more »

  • Posted 05/20/2015 09:47:00 EDT

    Why don’t you try having a girlfriend who lives within a reasonable distance so that you can have a real relationship? Trying to maintain all this LDR stuff is exhausting. You really don’t know ea more »

  • Posted 05/15/2015 09:35:00 EDT

    Clearly you are doing something wrong. You need a friend (one who has successful relationships) who will be brutally honest with you. We don't have enough information to know what the problem really i more »

  • Posted 05/14/2015 12:54:09 EDT

    Don't listen to anybody else: Rosetti's is the best. Trust me. more »

  • Posted 05/14/2015 12:27:53 EDT

    I commented earlier, but after thinking further about it, there’s something else to consider. I know several women who put in a lot of time with men who were going through terrible personal ordeals, more »

  • Posted 05/14/2015 09:13:39 EDT

    You know what you want. You just feel guilty about it. more »

  • Posted 05/13/2015 11:13:35 EDT

    Never meant to imply that all people in their 20's are too immature to get married. Just that THIS one is. more »

  • Posted 05/13/2015 10:54:15 EDT

    This is why you should wait until you're an adult to get married. I'm too disgusted to comment further. more »

  • Posted 05/12/2015 01:16:54 EDT

    Let the guy propose his way. In most cases, unless you’re marrying Kanye West, it’s the last opportunity the groom has to make any decisions regarding wedding plans. more »

  • Posted 05/12/2015 10:54:21 EDT

    1. He might find your proposal emasculating. 2. You might not get over a rejection. Therefore, don't do it. You're way better off having a general discussion and coming to an understanding regarding t more »

  • Comment on: He Changed

    Posted 05/08/2015 10:38:24 EDT

    Oh man, if I could only get back all the time I wasted trying to recreate what the relationship was like in the beginning. The honeymoon stage of a relationship is limited then real life takes over. W more »

  • Posted 05/07/2015 09:08:58 EDT

    I'm appalled that two women are fighting over this guy. He's a jerk. Be civil for the sake of your child but honestly, why would you ever want or trust him again? more »

  • Comment on: He Wants To Visit

    Posted 05/04/2015 10:03:22 EDT

    After all this time apart, he finally wants to make amends for his behavior? When, coincidentally, you happen to be able to put him up in Paris for free? He has no class and you should be insulted. more »

  • Comment on: He Wants To Visit

    Posted 05/04/2015 09:59:33 EDT

    Exactly. He sees an opportunity to cut down on hotel expenses. I think she should be insulted by his attempt to use her this way. more »

  • Posted 04/22/2015 10:07:08 EDT

    Everybody has their own tolerance level for crazy. Personally, I’d be out the door with the cutting history, but hey, that’s just me. Some people like crazy and get bored with normal. As for your more »

  • Posted 04/21/2015 09:11:35 EDT

    If she has a boyfriend, you’re still allowed to ask her if she’s interested. If she’s married, you’re not. There's a difference. more »

  • Posted 04/16/2015 11:24:15 EDT

    Does he have any daughters for whom he might be paying their bill? more »

  • Posted 04/13/2015 11:53:58 EDT

    The fact that you're asking the question proves you'll be fine. The problems occur when you stop caring. more »

  • Posted 04/10/2015 09:50:52 EDT

    Your next appointment is with a lawyer, not a therapist. If she doesn't want to save the marriage, there is nothing to save. Get your ducks in a row. more »

  • Posted 04/09/2015 09:07:04 EDT

    This is a "virtual" friendship. It's not part of the real world. Move on. more »

  • Comment on: Where Do We Stand?

    Posted 04/08/2015 11:18:32 EDT

    I suspect you really do want to get married and that is the reason why starting this conversation is so frightening for you. You shouldn’t be embarrassed about wanting to get married, if that’s wh more »

  • Posted 04/07/2015 09:41:36 EDT

    Do NOT tell him you have feelings for him.  Not if you expect to maintain a friendship.  Generally, if a guy hasn’t made a move by this time, it’s safe to assume he’s not interested.  But just i more »

  • Posted 04/06/2015 09:11:15 EDT

    An older man appears to have it all together, which is very attractive to a younger woman.  It’s tough for the younger boyfriend, who is finding is way in the world, to compete.  An older man will f more »

  • Comment on: She Takes Breaks

    Posted 04/03/2015 10:23:25 EDT

    I cannot imagine what kind of control this woman has over you that you are willing to put up with her behavior.  A man in his late 40's who wants a real relationship is a prize.  There is no reason to more »

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