DEAR CAROLYN: I met a man who was a year out of a decades-long marriage, and we became seriously, passionately involved and discussed marriage.
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My husband and I recently chaperoned a five-day high school trip. The daughter of some friends was one of the students. She has had a contentious relationship with her parents, and was distant with us and the other chaperones.
Will his student loans sink their comfortable future life?
My boyfriend participates in the Renaissance Faire. He enjoys this greatly, and doing so has greatly enhanced his self-esteem. However, what this means for me is that from October to April, his life is pretty much that.
As a man with an overweight girlfriend, I feel a bit demonized by your column and advice. Me, I’m small and healthy. I saw her pictures online and knew she had some weight on her, but she was appealing enough.
DEAR CAROLYN: My fiancée has a large social network predating our relationship, which I am learning to navigate. Over the course of the past few years, I have attended almost every dinner, party and other outing with my spouse-to-be and have been outgoing with all of her friends. As a result, I have always been greeted warmly by them.