Reader, 30, is interested in seeing a 20-year-old but worried whether he’s adult enough to date.
She might want to rethink what she is trying to accomplish with this request for her walk down the aisle.
Wife would rather have him in her life than leave over this disappointment, but she can’t help but second-guess.
She’s happy about her kids’ coming independence, but wonders where joy and purpose will come from next.
Would introducing a long-distance boyfriend makes long-time friends feel better?
Should she be pressuring her boyfriend to check in when he’s at work and she’s at home?
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Advice Columnist Carolyn Hax takes your questions and tackles your problems.
Advice Columnist Carolyn Hax took your questions and tackled your problems.
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