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  • Posted 08/11/2010 09:48:02 EDT

    I agree with JBar. I know that we're all adults here and don't need to be making a parade out of our birthdays, but come on. No happy birthday, no call, no text? So because the LW just hinted that her more »

  • Posted 08/05/2010 10:00:35 EDT

    The ice cream metaphor is kinda throwing me off, especially considering the seriousness of the topic. LW - have you ever read the book "Love The One You're With" by Emily Giffin? It's a great read and more »

  • Posted 08/03/2010 10:43:49 EDT

    The LW is acting like he made less of a transgression by "cheating because he didn't want the break. Wake up - you both kissed someone else. If she's in the wrong in your book, then you're a hypocrite more »

  • Comment on: 'Family’

    Posted 07/15/2010 08:20:21 EDT

    Unless this woman wrote down on a piece of paper "I wish to have my eggs harvested if I happen to be in a life support situation before I reach menopause so that I can have a posthumous family", then more »

  • Posted 07/01/2010 09:29:47 EDT

    I am very curious about why you two divorced in the first place, especially since you have such an amicable and, by the sounds of it, friendly relationship now. Consider the fact that you two were pro more »

  • Posted 06/17/2010 01:05:38 EDT

    I liked this speech because the mother took a very ordinary thing, baking a cake, and turned it into a lesson about not settling. They needed sprinkles. Sure they could have settled with the brown one more »

  • Comment on: She's a 10

    Posted 06/16/2010 09:56:20 EDT

    A. Who meets someone on the street?? That's kind of awesome. B. What do you do for a living? I'm intrigued. C. You are second guessing the potential here like you second guess everything else in your more »

  • Posted 06/15/2010 10:41:37 EDT

    I'm not really sure what the problem is here. He's leaving to be in the marines and you wanted to end the relationship when he left. So the relationship ended a little before he left - you still got w more »

  • Posted 06/11/2010 12:58:55 EDT

    Wow! What a guy! I hope I'm like him if I reach 100. :) more »

  • Posted 06/10/2010 10:03:28 EDT

    Your boyfriend's soon to be ex-wife made the mistake I'm praying that you don't repeat! She entered into a marriage believing that even though he said he didn't want to have children, he would change more »

  • Posted 06/03/2010 09:34:22 EDT

    This guy is 36 years old and has never moved out of his parents place?! Are you kidding me??? How many red flags do you need? Never moved out of his parents house, he has no motivation to find a job, more »

  • Posted 05/25/2010 08:26:31 EDT

    "I honestly like both. Both have qualities I love and adore." Maybe - but there is one that you like just a little bit more. And this might take you awhile to figure out since the relationship with Mr more »

  • Posted 05/24/2010 09:37:35 EDT

    Just one other thought - you say she's never been married. What makes you think she's going to settle down now?! more »

  • Posted 05/24/2010 09:33:52 EDT

    You are writing in to love letters, so obviously whatever connection you two may have is not enough to trump the fact that she has a handful of other boyfriends. My advice is to take your own advice - more »

  • Posted 05/20/2010 01:12:19 EDT

    LW - I hope you have a friend or a confidant that you can talk to about this. It must be extremely painful to learn that someone you love and care about had to go through such a painful experience. Yo more »

  • Posted 05/19/2010 11:47:38 EDT

    I had that comment box problem - try logging out and logging back in! more »

  • Posted 05/19/2010 11:34:55 EDT

    Meredith, Do give the red sox this message from me - you better shape up or else! :) Also, I loved your response today. "In life, we must enjoy the logistical problems. Those are the easy ones, right? more »

  • Posted 05/13/2010 09:49:28 EDT

    WAH, I actually think your ex did the right thing. The only way he can figure himself out and begin to understand why he treated you so terribly is by breaking up with you. His decision to seek therap more »

  • Posted 05/07/2010 09:44:28 EDT

    Have you ever read Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice? Well, John may turn out to be your Mr. Darcy. Sometimes we judge people before we really get to know them. Maybe John isn't as bossy or rude as yo more »

  • Posted 05/05/2010 09:15:34 EDT

    Listen to your heart. I imagine it's difficult to get together - making time in your crazy parenting schedule, finding a babysitter, driving several towns to meet up, etc. etc. It must also be hard to more »

  • Posted 04/20/2010 12:20:41 EDT

    LW - I was in a very similar situation! My HS boyfriend and I tried to make our relationship work while we were at separate colleges. It was fine for the first year or so until he got caught up in the more »

  • Posted 04/07/2010 09:10:43 EDT

    I don't understand why students wouldn't want to fill out evaluations. I graduated two years ago and my parents worked really hard to put me through college. If I thought a professor was wasting my ti more »

  • Posted 03/29/2010 10:06:06 EDT

    My only question is this - why are you thinking of leaving the company? If you are thinking of leaving to avoid any awkwardness that may come from a potential relationship - I say red-light! If not, g more »

  • Posted 03/24/2010 08:20:06 EDT

    Don't they know they can't take it with them when they go? Which, considering their age, will be fairly soon.

    Sad. more »

  • Posted 03/15/2010 10:29:15 EDT

    It's ironic how you and guy #2 both had a dislike for your ex, but #2 ended up being exactly like him... Guy #3 is over - I know you two weren't exclusive when he slept with the mutual friend, but cle more »