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I know my husband will overrule me, so now I feel like my only option would be to just leave for the day and let them do their thing — and I’ll do mine. DEAR ANXIOUS: You are not “wrong” to feel this way, but I do believe that you should try to respect your husband’s choices regarding his daughter.
You should work with your therapist to come up with strategies to deal with this, both beforehand and on the day.
You being quietly supportive from the background — and then quietly exiting on the day might be a good solution for everyone.
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Though we went our separate ways, we harbor no searing animosity toward each other and we regularly talk in civil and polite tones.
I was happy for my ex, but women I met online told me that this guy continues to occupy a spot in the online dating scene, messaging women about his availability.
Dear Amy: My wife of more than 40 years and I had a mutual parting of ways five years ago.
STD rates among senior citizens have doubled in recent years, and these diseases can take a terrible toll, especially if people have a suppressed immune system or other health problems.
You, your ex and all of your partners should be tested and use common sense “safe sex” guidelines. ” Not Your Chum in Chico Not Your Chum in Chico: You are right, that there is a line over which many of us don’t want to step during glancing encounters with strangers while doing errands.
I have knowledge of one of her social media accounts where I can contact her.
Should I contact her through that medium, or just let sleeping dogs lie?
I really thought that we clicked, but I don’t want to go into the “stalker” territory and not see a “no” if it is there. DEAR WONDERING: Yes, I think you are being “ghosted.” Ghosting, for those people fortunate enough not to have experienced it, is a very sudden and unexplained withdrawal from contact, although ghosting usually refers to an actual relationship, not a possible relationship.