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    Dear Amy: Recently there was an infidelity issue (on my part) between my husband and me. We are working on our marriage, and things appear to be getting much better. When it first happened, he turned to his friends pretty upset and had the majority of them block me, etc. His best friend doesn’t speak to me much anymore, but I did reach out letting him know that I do love him and his girlfriend and don’t want to lose them and hope they don’t hate me. He responded, stating that he isn’t making any judgment calls until he gives it time to see how my husband is feeling. When it comes time for me to see them (they all live out of state), do you have any advice to not feel uncomfortable, awkward or scared? I’m afraid they will hate me and will just be glaring at me with hatred the whole time. Nervous Related Articles Advice | Ask Amy: I’m so sick of hearing about her brilliant granddaughters Advice | Ask Amy: How do I...
    Mormon influencer Taylor Frankie Paul has revealed that she is struggling with depression and is 'almost down to 90 pounds' after her husband left her and her best friends turned on her following her 'soft swinging' cheating scandal.  The 28-year-old blew up #MomTok — a group of TikTok content creators who are mostly Mormon — in May when she claimed her husband, Tate Paul, was divorcing her after she crossed the line while swapping partners with their friends in Utah.  Since the fallout, Taylor has documented everything from her impending divorce to her custody arrangement in a series of cheeky lip-syncing and dancing videos — including an introduction to her new beau, Dakota Mortensen.  However, when a commenter speculated that Taylor is likely 'so depressed and tries to stay happy' behind the scenes, the TikTok star candidly opened up about how her life is 'falling apart' and she has a 'mental breakdown' every day.   Mormon influencer Taylor Frankie Paul, 28, shared she is struggling with depression and anxiety in the wake of the 'soft swinging' cheating scandal that blew up #MomTok  Taylor added that she was...
    DEAR MISS MANNERS: My new husband and I are celebrating our marriage with a small reception for close friends. For affordability at a very nice (and very expensive) venue, we agreed to limit the guest list to local friends we both know. One of my local friends, who received an invitation, presumed that one of my long-distance friends had also received one. She suggested to that faraway friend that she and her girlfriend stay with her when they travel into town for the reception. My husband and I did not invite this friend. He doesn’t know her, neither of us know her girlfriend, and they both live an airplane ride away. My faraway friend wrote to me to ask if the reception was still happening and queried about the details so she could make plans. After talking it over with my husband, we sent her a formal invitation, addressed to her alone. Her RSVP card arrived back with confirmation that she and her girlfriend would both be attending. Related Articles Advice | Miss Manners: They’re astonished by my...
    Finding yourself suddenly single among happily coupled-up friends has to be one of life’s stickiest challenges. Just look at the frustration felt by twentysomething TV producer Maggie Marshall when her long-term best friend, Birdy, gets her first boyfriend in the BBC series Everything I Know About Love.  The final episode of the adaptation of Dolly Alderton’s bestselling memoir airs tomorrow night, brilliantly exploring the heartbreak of best friends growing apart.  For older women it can feel even more stigmatising. Kicking your heels at the weekend, mistrusted around other women’s husbands, the midlife singleton might love her freedom but still has to navigate a social and emotional minefield. Here, three women at different life stages — the divorcee, the widow and the thirtysomething party girl — reveal the pitfalls and (occasional) blessings of singledom. THE DIVORCEE: I WAS NOW A THREAT TO OTHER WOMEN  Rosie Green, 48, was married for 15 years before her divorce in 2018. She lives in Henley with her two teenage children.  Rosie Green, 48, (pictured) was married for 15 years before her divorce in 2018. Rosie documented...
    Getty Images Kristen Doute is being slammed for her birthday post to Jax Taylor. Kristen Doute was on-hand to celebrate Jax Taylor‘s 43rd birthday last weekend. She was joined by several pals, including Scheana Shay and Tom Schwartz, for a surprise party that was undoubtedly orchestrated by Taylor’s wife — and one of Doute’s best friends — Brittany Cartwright. The former “Vanderpump Rules” star shared a group photo from the party, which was held a couple of days before Taylor’s actual birthday. “Aww, this is FRAMILY! happy birthday @mrjaxtaylor. we’ve been friends for almost 15 YEARS!! you’re an amazing dad, an amazing husband, and a sub-par friend. love you. stop blocking me or don’t. can’t wait for what’s to come,” Doute captioned her post. And while there was certainly a lot to talk about in the photo — as evidenced by this Reddit thread — several people couldn’t help but express their opinions about what Doute wrote, many finding it “weird” that she called Taylor an “amazing husband.” Here’s what you need to know:‘Vanderpump Rules’ Fans Thought Doute’s...
    DEAR MISS MANNERS: My husband says I mangled this situation badly. We met a couple at church and felt we would like to get to know them better. One Sunday after services, I asked whether they would care to join us for dinner that afternoon and that we eat at 4 p.m. The husband had stepped away to speak with someone else, and the wife thanked me for the invitation and said she would talk with her husband and get back to me. When we got home, I reiterated the invitation via text. There was no reply. As it happened, my dinner was ready to eat a little earlier than I thought it would be, so my family and I went ahead and sat down to eat since I had not heard back. Imagine my surprise when the doorbell rang at 4 p.m. and there was the couple — plate of cookies in hand — cheerfully stating they were there for dinner. Related Articles Advice | Miss Manners: I’m not sure she overheard me gossiping. Should I apologize...
    Dear Amy: I have been in a 20-year relationship with a wonderful man who has been there for me, through thick and thin. Amy Dickinson  We raised my children together and are now enjoying our grandchildren. I have been very unhappy in the relationship for the last few years because I’ve fallen out of love with him. I don’t want to have the grandbabies lose out on a wonderful grandfather because he will leave the country if we split up, but I want to be happy, too. I’ve always liked women, but I didn’t want my mother to take my children away from me if I lived my true self, so when I met him, and we decided to get together, I honestly wanted to grow old with him. Now my children are grown, and I feel like I deserve to be happy. I just don’t want to break a good man’s heart. How can I have both things that I want? – Lost in the Closet Dear Lost: You may not be able to have everything you want. Because...
    Bravo Evan Goldschneider Teresa Giudice and Jackie Goldschneider have been butting heads for the past two seasons on “The Real Housewives of New Jersey.” During a February 2021 episode of the Bravo reality show, Teresa alleged that Jackie’s husband, Evan, was having an affair with a woman at the gym he goes to. Jackie and Evan have been a couple for nearly 20 years and married since 2006, per The Daily Dish, and share four kids, Jonas, Adin, Alexis, and Hudson. Jackie defended her husband, but the affair rumor caused a major ruckus for the reality TV stars in the Garden State as Jackie compared the fake gossip to a rumor that Teresa’s daughter, Gia, was doing cocaine at parties. Teresa later announced she wanted nothing to do with her co-star after Jackie brought up her 11-month prison term during a dinner party that was filmed for the show. Read More From Heavy How You Can Help Ukraine: Verified Charities, GoFundMe & Ways to Support Ukrainians “She’s a nasty b****,” Teresa said of Jackie, per People. “She’s disgusting....
    DEAR HARRIETTE: I just reconnected with an old high school acquaintance. We have become good friends. Harriette Cole  When she introduced me to her fiance, I was shocked to learn it was my old boyfriend from college. He knew we were friends now and did not tell her that he knew me.  He and I have an extensive past together, and I feel uncomfortable about her not knowing. Should I tell her? Ex Factor DEAR EX FACTOR: In a word, yes. If she is your friend and you intend to remain close, you cannot keep something this significant to yourself. Since you didn’t tell her immediately, though, you may want to check in with him. Ask him why in the world he chose not to reveal his past relationship with you. Give him the heads-up that you intend to let her know about it. Don’t let him convince you to keep it a secret. You do not need to reveal all of the details of the past. Decide what is important to share with your friend and what can remain...
    DEAR ABBY: I got married six months ago to an awesome guy. Now we’re expecting. Although I don’t want the child, I am trying hard to want it. But I keep coming back to overwhelming regret, because it is too soon. I know this means the world to him. Truly, he is amazing, but his light is my doom. I need time away from him to see how I feel. We are never apart, and it’s making me irritable, like I have nothing of my own anymore. He’s always there. I suppose it is a good thing, but I can’t breathe. Related Articles Dear Abby: My friend dumped me because I belittled the Thanksgiving menu Dear Abby: How can I convince my daughter that her mother is lying to her? Dear Abby: After the things he says, I’m not at all attracted to him Dear Abby: My dad’s reaction to my mean mom’s death is distressing Dear Abby: When I said he could crash with me, I didn’t mean like...
    EVERY marriage has its own dynamics, its own rules, and its own expectations. While there is no single recipe for a successful union, there are certain common practices that most couples believe to be helpful. 3Bailey's rules with her husband seem extreme to many couplesCredit: TikTok/@bmcpher 3But some viewers agreed with Bailey on the topic and believed the expectations she presented were perfectly normalCredit: TikTok/@bmcpher A woman named Bailey, who goes by @bmcpher on TikTok, shared a few tactics that work for her and her husband. “Rules that my husband and I have for our marriage that make people ANGRY,” she began, as the song called Start A Riot played in the background. Their first rule: “No friends of the opposite sex.” Rule number two and three: “No work gfs/bfs; no being alone with the opposite sex.” She playfully danced and smiled as she listed her final rule on the topic: “No texting the opposite sex without the other knowing.” The guidelines seem unreasonable to the average viewer, and Bailey is clearly aware of her controversial opinions. Her TikTok bio...
    DEAR MISS MANNERS: My husband is a Vietnam veteran who is retired from the Army. When we go out and he wears his “Vietnam Veteran” hat, people often come up to him and say, “Thank you for your service.” What is the proper response to this? To respond “thank you” doesn’t seem quite right. I suggested “I appreciate it,” but he said that doesn’t sound right, either. GENTLE READER: “I was only doing my duty.” The other responses you mention are also acceptable, but this one is a polite and modest response that Miss Manners hopes will satisfy those veterans who remember encountering less charming remarks from the public. Or, as in the case of more recent veterans from whom Miss Manners has heard, those who believe that more than thanks were required of their fellow citizens. Related Articles Miss Manners: We told her we don’t need charity. She gave us a big check anyway. Miss Manners: I can’t believe her behavior at the movies Miss Manners: My boyfriend yells my name in the...
    Dear Amy: My husband and I have two close friends: “Jack” and “Katrina,” who are married to each other and have two children. Amy Dickinson  We are often with them and with other couples at social functions. I recently found out that Jack has been in a multi-year affair with another much younger friend of ours, “Martina.” I spoke to both Jack and Martina and told them they need to come clean with Katrina. They haven’t done that and continue their affair in secret. I know this because I drive by Martina’s house all the time, where I see his car parked in front. I confronted them again. Jack said he hadn’t told Katrina, and didn’t intend to. They told me to mind my own business. Related Articles Ask Amy: I butt-dialed a friend, and I’m furious she listened to what I was saying Ask Amy: They’re mask-free and happy. How do I tell them my news? Ask Amy: He only said he’d marry me because I told him I’m sad Ask...
    Josh Duggar is set to be released on bail on May 6 but Arkansas Magistrate Judge Christy Comstock said she can’t in good conscience send him back home and thus the reality star will be living with folks who are "close friends" with Josh and Anna Duggar. Duggar, 33, will be placed with third-party custodian Maria and Lacount Reber – a familiar family who are close enough with Duggar and his wife Anna and have also known the family for about six or eight years through their church. The family says they have a self-contained space on their property where Duggar can live while he awaits his looming trial. Duggar’s father, Jim Bob Duggar, called the family friends and asked that they be third-party custodians for Duggar, according to the Rebers who were called as defense witnesses during Duggar’s virtual detention hearing on Wednesday. The third-party custodians will act as court monitors for Duggar and will be required to report any infractions should Duggar commit any while he is living in the residence. JOSH DUGGAR'S PARENTS, JIM BOB AND MICHELLE DUGGAR,...
    DEAR ABBY: I have been single for almost three years. I recently started dating a man who, I have realized over the past few weeks, has a problem with me spending time with friends without him. Jeanne Phillips  I have explained that it is a healthy and normal thing to have friends and to go do things with them. I have explained that he has nothing to worry about because I am respectful of our relationship and a faithful girlfriend. I have also begun to notice that he has no friends. I have told him he is coming across as controlling. I don’t want this to be a problem with him, and I don’t know how to get him to see that it’s normal for people to go and have fun as friends. My friends are classmates of mine, both male and female, and younger than I am. One of them is gay. I have explained that as well to my boyfriend. Related Articles Dear Abby: I want to date him, but we have a connection he may...
    DEAR ABBY: I have been married to a functioning alcoholic for more than 30 years. He was once funny and nice and a good dad. But over the years he has become unbearable to live with. Jeanne Phillips  He doesn’t shower or brush his teeth. He was always mainly a beer drinker, but now he is drinking hard liquor and stays drunk most of the time he is awake. I told him I thought he was depressed and a severe alcoholic, and he should talk to his doctor, but he refuses. He walks around cursing under his breath, and nobody wants to be around him. I keep him off the road when he has been drinking, but I’m terrified he will hurt someone. I am pretty sure he is drinking on the job, and I’m scared he will hurt himself. Related Articles Dear Abby: I find this game hurtful but my girlfriend won’t stop Dear Abby: How can I get my ring back without tipping off my boyfriend’s wife? Dear Abby: I was horrible...
    DEAR HARRIETTE: Dating during COVID-19 sucks. I had just started talking to a guy at school when everything got shut down. We all went home for what turned out to be months. He and I kept “talking” via social media, but it didn’t amount to much. Harriette Cole  Now we are back at college, but it’s awkward. I saw him the other day, but students are all keeping our distance. Plus, nothing ever really started with this guy. I thought we might like each other, but we didn’t get the chance. Should I ask him if he would like to get together? I liked him enough before to want to get to know him better. He seems nice. I really don’t know what to do. Next Steps DEAR NEXT STEPS: If you are interested in this guy, reach out to him and be direct. Remind him that just as you two were getting to know each other last year, the pandemic put a stop to everything. Ask him if he would like to (safely) get together now to do something...
    The Instagram influencer found dead on the side of a Texas road 'had no demons' and told friends a month ago that she feared for her life, they said Wednesday.  Alexis Sharkey, 26, was found 'with no visible signs of injury' by city workers in Houston on Saturday. She had been missing since Black Friday.  Her husband of a year Tom, 49, told KTRK-TV on Tuesday that she was not the outgoing, bubbly person that she appeared to be on social media, calling her 'stressed and unhappy'. But her friends Lauren Breaux, Ally Cale, and Courtney Ehninger on Wednesday told ABC17: 'She had no demons. She didn't have demons and I know that is what people are speculating and that's not what it was.  'She was literally one of the people that I think had the most life in her.'     Police are now said to be looking into her marriage and her home life in the weeks before her death. A photo, reported by KHOU to be one of the last known images of Alexis before her death shows her smiling with two...
    Dear Amy: During a recent vacation with friends, a new couple was invited. I know this couple and was fine with them joining us. Columnist Amy Dickinson (Bill Hogan/Chicago Tribune)  The wife knows my husband’s ex-wife. (My husband and I have been married for 30 years.) During a group conversation she drunkenly blurted out some very personal information about my husband and his ex-wife. What she said was definitely news to me, and incorrect. The other women looked at me in shock, and I denied it, of course. But she kept going on and on. I finally just left the group. My other friends chose to ignore this out of respect for me, and it was never brought up again. My relationship with this woman is now strained. I avoid her and when I do speak to her, I keep my conversation with her short. I do not need for her to know anything about what is currently going on in our lives. Related Articles Ask Amy: My neighbor ridicules anyone who objects to his big yard flag...
    DEAR ABBY: My husband and I have been together for almost 10 years. He’s my dreamboat, everything I ever wanted in a man. Although he doesn’t have a history of cheating, he is flirtatious. Jeanne Phillips  My husband fixes computers. Last year, when my best friend’s computer wouldn’t turn on, he was happy to help. I just found a naked picture of her on his computer. When I confronted him, he confessed he stole it while he was fixing her computer. When I told my friend, she kind of blew it off (“Men do stupid stuff …”). Related Articles Dear Abby: I found pictures of my wife’s ex, and it’s stressing me out Dear Abby: I sent my grandson a gift, and his father confiscated it Dear Abby: Other people are getting out. My Neanderthal husband wants us to keep sheltering. Dear Abby: I know why he’s rude to my husband, I just don’t know what to do about it Dear Abby: She insulted me, and still expects me to...
    DEAR ABBY: I am writing because I’m sure other grandparents have faced the same issue as I have. Jeanne Phillips  I enjoy sending my grandchildren cards with a small check for special occasions or as a reward for doing well in school, etc. My son and daughter-in-law have a reward system set up with my grandson where he receives an allowance for doing his chores but has money deducted if he doesn’t. I sent my grandson a small check with his birthday card, but my son informed me that he will be able to keep only $2 of it, because he’s in the hole for not doing his chores. Related Articles Dear Abby: Other people are getting out. My Neanderthal husband wants us to keep sheltering. Dear Abby: I know why he’s rude to my husband, I just don’t know what to do about it Dear Abby: She insulted me, and still expects me to give her gifts Dear Abby: My fiancee says sex with co-worker is just blowing off steam ...
    Brandi Glanville has revealed details of her intimate conversations with actress Heather Locklear amid the fallout from her salacious affair with Locklear's old foe Denise Richards. In an exclusive interview with DailyMailTV, Brandi said Heather reached out to her over Instagram, offering the former model her 'full support' and the two have started chatting. Heather has a tumultuous past with Denise amid rumors that the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star tore Heather's husband Richie Sambora away from her in 2006, claims Denise has denied. Brandi says Heather contacted her shortly after she revealed her own secret affair with Denise during a bombshell episode of RHOBH, first revealed by DailyMail.com. Brandi Glanville has revealed details of her intimate conversations with actress Heather Locklear amid the fallout over her salacious affair with Locklear's old foe Denise Richards (pictured together in January 2006)  Heather has a tumultuous past with Denise amid rumors that the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star tore Heather's husband Richie Sambora away from her in 2006, claims Denise has denied. Pictured: Heather with husband Richie in...
    Porn stars from across the globe have shared an inside glimpse at how their friends and family discovered they work in the sex industry. Taking anonymously to a lively thread of Reddit, the men and women revealed their experiences of being exposed as sex workers, and the reactions of their loved ones.  Many shared the funny side of their profession, with a swinger couple recalling how the husband's father-in-law walked in on him filming a scene - and thought he was cheating on his wife.  Elsewhere a webcam girl revealed the more sinister side, admitting she felt 'unsafe' after her real name was exposed by an unknown viewer in a chat room.  And one woman, who moved to London to become a porn star, even revealed how her adoptive, religious family disowned her after she confessed her profession. Porn stars from across the globe have shared an inside glimpse at how their friends and family discovered they work in the sex industry (stock image used) Kicking off the conversation, one woman explained that she was a 'hotwife' - meaning...
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