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  • Comment on: He Won't Tell His Family We Live Together

    Posted 05/26/2015 10:20:04 EDT

    Definitely dump the manchild. Your relationship is NOT OK. Because he seems to be OK with you feeling miserable. Worse, he's a big liar. He's seriously lying by omission to his mother. So I wouldn't c more »

  • Comment on: Is it OK to be happy about Josh Duggar?s collapse?

    Posted 05/22/2015 08:09:48 EDT

    All Jim Duggar and his pervert of a son cared about was hiding the truth. Fortunately, the media's outed the sex offender and his enabling father. You go right on thumping your Bible. Feel free to sta more »

  • Comment on: Is it OK to be happy about Josh Duggar?s collapse?

    Posted 05/22/2015 07:58:58 EDT

    Seriously. Predators start young -- childhood/teens is when pathologies start to surface. more »

  • Comment on: He Wants Her To Be More Active

    Posted 05/22/2015 09:35:07 EDT

    I wonder whether his checklist included 'lose 10 pounds' and 'shop at Forever 21'. more »

  • Comment on: He Wants Her To Be More Active

    Posted 05/22/2015 08:57:09 EDT

    I read the letter a second time, and something about your boyfriend made me uneasy. He might be trying to mold you into what he wants -- thus he picked a much younger woman. Be careful. This could be more »

  • Comment on: He Wants Her To Be More Active

    Posted 05/22/2015 08:55:06 EDT

    I'm going to play the Daddy Issues card. You're at that awkward age where you still care way too much about what your family thinks, and your grandfather's death made you especially vulnerable. Thus t more »

  • Comment on: Settling For Good Enough

    Posted 05/21/2015 09:08:59 EDT

    ^^^ THIS more »

  • Comment on: Settling For Good Enough

    Posted 05/21/2015 09:00:17 EDT

    Ms. Right Now.

    Love this! more »

  • Comment on: Settling For Good Enough

    Posted 05/21/2015 08:59:22 EDT

    He doesn't love her, because he's in love with someone else -- himself. more »

  • Comment on: Settling For Good Enough

    Posted 05/21/2015 08:58:33 EDT

    You want to settle for her as a starter wife. Make sure you can afford the severance package when you hit your mid-life crisis and want to trade her in for a new model. more »

  • Comment on: She Wants Me To Drop My Ex

    Posted 05/20/2015 09:49:15 EDT

    WRONG. His girlfriend's attempts to control his personal life won't stop with her ultimatum that he end his friendship with his ex. And it IS an ultimatum she threw down. In fact, if the guy caves, th more »

  • Comment on: He Lied About Another Woman

    Posted 05/19/2015 09:45:28 EDT

    She can't let it drop -- and that's the problem. It's been well over a year since the break-up, and still she's obsessing about it. And she's holding against him something that was her own d a m n fau more »

  • Comment on: He Lied About Another Woman

    Posted 05/19/2015 09:40:15 EDT

    Early in your relationship, you each hurt one another badly, and since then, the wounds have festered. The infection has now spread beyond the point of healing. It's killed the relationship. Throwing more »

  • Comment on: Friendship First?

    Posted 05/18/2015 09:09:31 EDT

    You're letting the fact you are technically still married hold you back, and you're looking down on guys willing to become involved with a still-married woman. Solution: get the divorce. more »

  • Comment on: He Spends More Time Caring For His Friend

    Posted 05/14/2015 09:19:11 EDT

    Maybe a better adjective than "terminal" would have been "life-threatening." And instead of saying "recovery" say "remission." more »

  • Comment on: He Spends More Time Caring For His Friend

    Posted 05/14/2015 09:05:04 EDT

    I'm not going to call you selfish. Instead, I'm calling you self-aware enough to realize you are settling for less than what you want out of this relationship. You want more from Kevin than he's able more »

  • Comment on: Married and Thinking About Her Ex

    Posted 05/13/2015 10:23:07 EDT

    Strike two: the dude she b a n g e d for a couple of nights wasn't some stranger she picked up: it was an ex-boyfriend. Also, she didn't confine her affair to those nights at the hotel during her busi more »

  • Comment on: Married and Thinking About Her Ex

    Posted 05/13/2015 09:39:05 EDT

    Definitely real letter, because this woman is blind to the fact she's a cheater, a liar and a user. more »

  • Comment on: Married and Thinking About Her Ex

    Posted 05/13/2015 09:23:47 EDT

    She shagged the other guy for a couple of nights, not just some one-night stand she could blame on being drunk. more »

  • Comment on: Married and Thinking About Her Ex

    Posted 05/13/2015 09:18:03 EDT

    Seriously. She mentions her husband twice. She mentions the ex almost a dozen times. more »

  • Comment on: Married and Thinking About Her Ex

    Posted 05/13/2015 09:10:26 EDT

    The help you need -- to try to save your marriage -- is WAAAAAAY above our pay grade. Throwing down the therapy card. You are a hot mess. If you don't at least try to fix what's broken inside of you, more »

  • Comment on: Twitter takes note: Brady?s suspension twice as long as Ray Rice?s

    Posted 05/12/2015 12:51:42 EDT

    After Ray Rice beat his fiancee unconscious in an elevator, Commissioner Goodell suspended Rice for TWO GAMES -- and Goodell lied by omission about the proof Rice had committed a crime. The beating wa more »

  • Comment on: She Wants To Propose To Him

    Posted 05/12/2015 09:14:26 EDT

    Nine out of ten times, I tell LWs to listen to their friends instead of coming to strangers for advice. But today is the one in ten exception. Listen to your heart and your gut, which are both on the more »

  • Comment on: Should She Ask Him Out Again?

    Posted 05/11/2015 09:18:10 EDT

    At the very least, file for divorce. more »

  • Comment on: Should She Ask Him Out Again?

    Posted 05/11/2015 09:13:52 EDT

    What we have here is a failure to communicate ... You need to start being honest with him if there is any hope of this going anywhere. Starting with your marital status. Unless you try, by default it' more »

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