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  • Comment on: Sick of people telling me I'll change my mind about marriage and children

    Posted 10/08/2015 10:57:00 EDT

    You need more single, childless friends, LW.

  • Comment on: He lied and cheated. How do I move on?

    Posted 10/07/2015 02:54:32 EDT

    Oh, I do know this one. I know people say it's not about you--and yes, it's not that you aren't good enough but it is something you did have a part in (check out your birth & childhood for clues)....A more »

  • Comment on: My girlfriend and her 'black hole of never-ending emojis'

    Posted 10/06/2015 11:00:45 EDT

    The technology with robots is getting pretty good these days. Why don't you keep her around (I know, it's tough because she is so dim) for the amazing sex - it won't be long. Then you can buy somethin more »

  • Comment on: New Kennedy book sparks war of words among close family members

    Posted 10/06/2015 10:51:29 EDT

    As a former Kennedy cultist, I really take offense now at how they treated women, as well as the general public. There is a lot of evidence that Bobby possibly physically caused MM's end. Look it up. more »

  • Comment on: After five months of living together, I might want out

    Posted 10/05/2015 09:07:08 EDT

    Hey LW, you have been with this guy for a fair amount of time. If you bail you may likely find yourself in the same position with the someone with the same issues. It's really about you and how you op more »

  • Comment on: I'm anxious about this long-distance relationship

    Posted 10/02/2015 10:29:22 EDT

    Your anxiety stems from something that was real at some time. You might be recreating that thing-even if it was your parents story. Time to get all Louise Hay and change the story. If you have time to more »

  • Comment on: He says he can't commit

    Posted 10/01/2015 09:57:26 EDT

    Play hard to get, or better yet, be hard to get. Really. It works. Men are hunters by nature. more »

  • Comment on: Her ex died

    Posted 09/30/2015 10:38:36 EDT

    I was in your gf's position with an ex bf who died and new husband. The grief just exists especially when you know more of the man's history than anyone else. It was such a shock I ended up in the hos more »

  • Comment on: My friend's husband is on Grindr

    Posted 09/28/2015 09:28:43 EDT

    I think the sister should talk to her....and you should tell the sister that. And the sister should tell Merissa that she told you and you said for the sister to tell her. Nothing should be behind Mer more »

  • Comment on: Did stress ruin the relationship?

    Posted 09/25/2015 09:49:39 EDT

    You are sensing that your connection is getting farther away. Trust your intuition, you should have a strong connection. Our culture puts little value on strong twosomes, but our heart does. Work on t more »

  • Comment on: An unhealthy obsession with the ex?

    Posted 09/23/2015 11:07:21 EDT

    Hello LW, I think you should talk to her honestly. Life should not be about things that might have been if only spoken. Be respectful of her relationship and know that her happiness is a great reward more »

  • Comment on: We're always with his family

    Posted 09/22/2015 10:47:49 EDT

    Well, I wouldn't go to war with him or his family. You need to make peace out of this situation. In a way he is not being cruel, rather he is too warm-which is not a bad thing. I would take a look ins more »

  • Comment on: His 'friend' declares her love and sends kissy emojis

    Posted 09/21/2015 09:29:01 EDT

    If he lied to you about going to parties with her, then he knows it's wrong. Of course, telling someone what they can or cannot do doesn't really get too far, but you can tell him how you feel and tha more »

  • Comment on: Is this a permanent breakup?

    Posted 09/18/2015 11:14:42 EDT

    Yes, guys are hunters, maybe let him hunt you down for a change. Getting him back is a piece of cake -- there's lots of info out there on the internet (since you are already going on the internet for more »

  • Comment on: Confusion after a ménage à trois

    Posted 09/17/2015 10:06:29 EDT

    Ooh boy! Sounds like someone got to have their cake and eat it, too! And you get the crumbs. Maybe you should consider if and how far you have been devalued in this relationship and grow a backbone. B more »

  • Comment on: They don't want to be my boyfriend

    Posted 09/16/2015 09:54:09 EDT

    This is a pattern, not a coincidence. Take a peek into your past, your parents history (especially when you were percolating in mom) and your history with your parents. As Carl Jung said 'Until you ma more »

  • Comment on: Letting an ex know about an engagement

    Posted 09/15/2015 09:35:54 EDT

    I think this is an important question for your relationship, and I would ask your fiancee. She may have similar issues. Being an obviously open and honest person should offer some room for trust. I fi more »

  • Comment on: He visits my campus ... to hang out with other people

    Posted 09/14/2015 10:28:35 EDT

    Being treated well is important. more »

  • Comment on: He can't have sex

    Posted 09/11/2015 09:48:39 EDT

    Working through this may benefit you in life. Personally, I have watched the horrible effects of psychiatry and its drugs on family members. How about some kind of internal search on his part for the more »

  • Comment on: She wanted to be celibate

    Posted 09/10/2015 10:16:33 EDT

    I know this is bucking the tide, but good for you for not giving up, and maybe you should keep not giving up. If what broke you up the first time involved someone else on your part (although it doesn' more »

  • Comment on: Parenting a breakup

    Posted 09/09/2015 10:00:34 EDT

    Love is the answer to this one. You can't predict or define their relationship, but you can give your daughter all the love and support you truly feel for her. She may feel devalued, so show her she i more »

  • Comment on: I gave him a rash

    Posted 09/08/2015 09:15:24 EDT

    Consequences. We've all had them. more »

  • Comment on: Labor Day updates

    Posted 09/04/2015 09:18:30 EDT

    My take away is that men can be really cruel when it comes to love until they are past the age of 60. Hey guys, can't you just think of us as human beings with feelings just a little bit? That being s more »

  • Comment on: US Weekly reports Tom-Gisele divorce threat after People says they?re good

    Posted 09/03/2015 10:33:28 EDT

    If my husband was on the same plane (or same city block) as Ben Affleck, I would too. more »

  • Comment on: Married and thinking about the woman from the bar

    Posted 09/03/2015 10:30:08 EDT

    You are about to hurt the person closest to you, as well as children, parents and inlaws. I would really grow up quick. My friend had a boyfriend from Chile who said it backwards, so the word "flybar" more »