Every day is the same: Get up, go to a long day of school, come home, do homework, play video games, draw, go to bed. He’s unemployed, lives with a friend who is under house arrest, has a criminal record and has nothing to offer her.

Dear Abby • I have never received a romantic Valentine, and that’s OK with me. Dear Abby • I need advice on how to deal with my 18-year-old daughter. Dear Abby • My husband is a very aggressive driver.

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My problem is, my ex-best friend is in the bridal party, and I don’t know how to act if I see her and have to talk to her.

She terminated our friendship without giving me a reason. Dear Abby • On July 13, you responded to someone asking whether friends should tell friends anonymously that their spouse is cheating. However, I’m not sure we can because, where I live, you have to go to the schoo…

He sees nothing wrong with this, but it makes me very uncomfortable. We had a rough few years early on, but managed to come back together, and our relationship is great.

Dear Abby • When my children were small, my husband left me.

He married the other woman the day after our divorce was final. I happen to have a cold right now, and I am functioning just fine and not moaning and groaning a…

It was the worst thing that has ever happened to me, and I suffered greatly in the years that followed. Dear Abby • Many of your published letters come from unhappy married women.You advised that if someone is not willing to include their name, they should mind their own business. I believe in God, but I don’t support my mom’s religion. My sister and I are sick of the whole ‘‘twin” thing and want to go to separate schools. Dear Abby • My husband and I have been married 35 years.Dear Abby • My husband and I have been married 18 years. His ex-wife has asked him to fill in as caretaker for her father while she goes to an appointment. My friends and neighbors think I’m in that religion, but I don’t believe in their beliefs. Our sex life was never very active, but we have been each other’s soul mates and best friends.Dear Abby • I feel like a terrible wife when my husband gets sick — not majorly sick, but with a run-of-the-mill cold. Some of them seem unable to get objective advice that would make themselves and their marriages happier.I’m fortunate to be happily married (33 years) to a wonderful woman who has a clear perspective.However, considering what has been going on for the past year, I can understand your serious doubts.