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Tue September 22, 2020
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"My husband is a well-liked high school teacher; kids have his work email and frequently contact him and telling him he's their favorite. They've looked up our home address online and are sending him gifts. Are they stalking him? Should I worry?"
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Tue September 15, 2020
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"My friend set me up with her brother. However, my friend started to get lonely and eventually admitted she had been like a romantic partner with her brother and started demanding he stop spending so much time with me. Should I be concerned?"
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Wed September 09, 2020
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"My ex and I used IVF to have our son. We had multiple embryos made; our marriage dissolved a year after our son was born. The embryos are currently on ice. Her sister wants the embryos and my sperm for a child; my ex says yes. I say no. What do?"
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"My wife was in a stressful situation a month ago at a park in our town; she's balancing a full-time job while caring for our three children in quarantine and honestly snapped. It became a Karen video in our town; how can I repair our relationships?"
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Wed September 02, 2020
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"My husband is Black; I am white. We're expecting a child and discussing names; if it's a girl, he wants to name her after his late mother. I worry that since it's an ethnic-sounding name, if the baby looks white, it'd be offensive. Am I wrong?"
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Tue August 18, 2020
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"I have a great relationship with my girlfriend, whom I've been dating for more than a year. Our communication is open and clear about most topics. But, I want her to wear makeup when we go out so she looks better. How can I explain this to her?"
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Tue August 04, 2020
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"My partner and I have been together for two years; we're both men. He's wonderful; I love him immensely. He always orders off the kids menu and won't try restaurants that don't offer American food. He's picky and a bad guest. How can I fix this?"
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Tue July 28, 2020
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"I am married and have two kids. I learned he was taking drugs, so I reviewed his texts. I found a series of texts between my husband and his buddy discussing hot college-age girls, including waitresses and my daughter's friends. Should I worry?"
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Tue July 14, 2020
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"Dear Prudence: My boyfriend and I watched Middlemarch, and now he has a sexual fantasy he wants to roleplay I'm uncomfortable with. What do?"
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"I'm homeschooling my kids, since I have an education degree. My 12-year-old stepdaughter has moved in full time as everyone agrees the pandemic will not be over by August. Her mom wants me to teach her own stepdaughters; do I have to do this?"
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Tue July 07, 2020
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"My husband and I are both working from home, which was fine until last week. I screwed up at work--entirely my fault--and got chewed out in a Zoom meeting with my boss. My husband heard; now he's acting like my second boss. How can I stop him?"
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"Dear Prudence: My wife and I haven't had sex in over a year due to her chronic pain, so I've been sneaking upskirt photos of her. Is that wrong?"
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Tue June 30, 2020
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"My sister became obsessed with diets, cleanses, and New Age nonsense; she wound up hospitalized and eschewed science. She died and left video messages for her daughter; they're rambling idiocy with some nice parts. Can I edit out the dumb stuff?"
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Tue June 23, 2020
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So put up five more. Man, subby really needs his own advice column
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Tue June 16, 2020
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"Our adult teen daughter is lazy and wanted to make money without having to show up for a job everyday, so she dropped out of school, quit a part-time job, and is making online sex videos. Everyone asks what she's doing; we avoid answering. What do?"
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Tue June 09, 2020
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"We own a second home by a tourist destination; we rent it 11 months out of the year & count on the income; the pandemic hit hard. Our daughter qualifies for a scholarship due to our change in funds; my sister says we're being advantageous. Are we?"
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Tue June 02, 2020
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"My fiancé wants his sister to be a bridesmaid in our wedding. The problem is, she drops the N-word casually and her boyfriend is a 'racist POS.' His words. I don't want her in the wedding; ettiquette-wise, is there a way to not have her involved?"
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