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Talking love at 1 p.m.

Posted by Glenn Yoder  March 25, 2009 09:53 AM

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2 comments so far...
  1. Help, my 68 year old boyfriend's 37 year old son moved home "temporarily" to his luxury doorman building (with maid service) and almost a year later he is still there. No emergency, no divorce. He can afford an apartment, in fact he can afford not to work and does not work. Yet, my senior friend goes to work every day. My boyfriend tells me his son is "sensitive," I say its the opposite. He is totally oblivious to any one else's needs, other than his own. I say he is selfish. Furthermore, he mooches everything, meals , meals for girlfriends, etc..yet , he does not miss a trip to the swanky gym ! He is very "new age" , totally self absorbed. I know it is his fathers fault, is it my fault to stay involved?

    Posted by Janet March 26, 09 02:45 AM
  1. I had a family member who smoked in my home when they were told they could not. Answer to problem: They are no longer welcome in my home. Say what you mean, mean what you say, don't say it mean. Works for me!

    Posted by janmacy March 26, 09 02:31 PM
 
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