I’m 40 now, and I feel like a fool.
She’s 32, and she blames me for her unhappiness.
I feel a rush of longing when I see a cute baby, but I can’t tell if I’m ready to have one of my own.
She got into her top-choice graduate programs, and now wants me to move to a place where there aren’t many opportunities for me.
I appreciate them. He doesn't accept them. How can I make everyone happy?
I feel an urge to get in touch, but I’m worried my adoptive parents will be hurt.
Should I be worried about how much responsibility he’ll take on as a dad?
We were married for 47 years, and I can’t picture life without her.
He wants to be a stand-up comedian. I don’t want him living in my basement at age 35.
And now I can’t unknow what I learned.
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