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  • Posted 03/25/2015 09:16:19 EDT

    Bzzz, you do realize there's a "War on Terror" that's been going on since 9/11, don't you? And we have combat troops in Afghanistan. And contrary to popular belief, we're still embroiled in the Bush f more »

  • Posted 03/25/2015 09:07:10 EDT

    You claim, "I'm in no way expecting her to totally uproot her life, make this huge sacrifice for me, and abdicate herself from her responsibilities to her family anytime in the near future." Excuse, m more »

  • Posted 03/24/2015 11:30:57 EDT

    Ditto. This guy's put her up on some pedestal, but he barely knows her (or so he comes across in his letter). He's been flitting around her for months. Comes off as a bit weird. Not that I'm saying, L more »

  • Posted 03/23/2015 04:50:25 EDT

    I hope she doesn't mean Harvard Law School. more »

  • Posted 03/23/2015 04:47:42 EDT

    She wants to be more than friends - thus she really doesn't want to quit flirting. She came here today hoping we'd tell her it's harmless. I hope she leaves with the message she needs to give up. The more »

  • Posted 03/20/2015 01:15:25 EDT

    Good point Joerilla - the drunk could have fallen on the third rail. more »

  • Posted 03/20/2015 09:42:03 EDT

    Read this part of the letter again, Jim: "I've always dodged questions about earlier boyfriends ..."

    He's asking. more »

  • Posted 03/20/2015 09:30:58 EDT

    He might be asking you because he's kinda sure you gave him your virginity, but he'd like to know for certain it's true. He might be asking you about past boyfriends because you might have been his fi more »

  • Posted 03/19/2015 09:35:42 EDT

    What's really going on here is you want to divorce your husband. What's triggering you about your friend's situation is her dating -- it's that she already is considering the legal and financial ramif more »

  • Posted 03/19/2015 09:35:42 EDT

    What's really going on here is you want to divorce your husband. What's triggering you about your friend's situation is her dating -- it's that she already is considering the legal and financial ramif more »

  • Posted 03/18/2015 10:31:55 EDT

    He had no more use for the chick he picked up at the mixer once he hooked up with you, Letter Writer, because you gave him exactly what he was looking for -- which was to get laid, nothing more. Strik more »

  • Posted 03/18/2015 10:00:13 EDT

    Your questions and my answers: Q: I too hasty in ending things? A: No. He told you he wasn't interested in a relationship. Q: Can casual relationships turn into something more? A: Yes, but only when b more »

  • Posted 03/05/2015 10:13:11 EST

    You're a 50-year-old acting like a 15-year-old letting asking her friends for advice on boys. I see two problems here: 1. You're a clinger. Trust me, dead -- men HATE this. 2. You swooped in on a fres more »

  • Posted 03/04/2015 09:18:08 EST

    You're taking an "only date prospective mate approach." I did the same thing in my mid-20s. Then I grew up enough to realize Prince Charming was a fairy tale. My attitude evolved from "Mr. Right" to " more »

  • Posted 03/03/2015 12:25:52 EST

    My reading of the letter is the part that says "We were together briefly about 10 years ago and things ended in a similar way. " means he had a brief fling with her and then dumped her. The fact he's more »

  • Posted 03/03/2015 09:59:46 EST

    Good point -- there's something funny with the timeline here. Was he separated ten years ago? Or was he still with his wife physically and legally when he first started seeing this Letter Writer as a more »

  • Posted 03/03/2015 09:38:27 EST

    "Fool me once, shame on you." "Fool me twice, shame on me." "Fool me three time, shame on the both of us." He keeps dumping you, and the pair of you keep crawling back to one another. This is strike t more »

  • Posted 03/02/2015 09:35:32 EST

    P.P.S. You telling her all about how your engagement ended likely spooked her off. The talk she wants to have with you likely will involve her saying she doesn't want to see you any more. Which would more »

  • Posted 03/02/2015 09:32:06 EST

    You're on the rebound and you are trying to mold Stephanie into someone who can fix the damage your cheating fiancee inflicted. The reason you're obsessing over seeing Stephanie with another guy is th more »

  • Posted 02/27/2015 09:41:20 EST

    Seven months is within a normal range to still weep over a major loss. But you keep ripping the scab off your wounded heart every time you have contact with this guy. You're not going to heal by conti more »

  • Comment on: He Fears Change

    Posted 02/18/2015 09:24:01 EST

    You've got it all planned out: your long-term plan to get ahead financially. A sperm donor lined up for when you can afford to conceive children. Everything perfectly planned out. Your problem is you' more »

  • Posted 02/13/2015 09:28:34 EST

    A round of applause for update letter writer number two: He's probably relieved you cut him free, but guess what -- you're the one who in the end has the self-respect and empowerment you gave yourself more »

  • Posted 02/13/2015 09:24:38 EST

    Update writer number one -- if things have truly worked out, then why does your letter state " ... maybe I should accept her feelings ... perhaps I would learn something about myself ... it all (seemi more »

  • Posted 02/12/2015 09:23:51 EST

    Dating is NOT destroying your self-esteem. What it is doing is moving you out of your comfort zone. You've built yourself a protective wall around your carefully-crafted identity. "I've always been th more »

  • Posted 02/11/2015 09:54:48 EST

    Don't continue to treat at a priority a man who is treats you as an option. He's told you NO. He doesn't want to factor you into his post-graduation plans. It's time you to tell him, "Have a nice life more »

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