I’m worried that he isn’t completely moved on and that this will hurt our future together.
My husband feels disrespected and unloved, and I don’t know how to bring harmony back to our family.
She wants to have a casual relationship with me while staying with him and I’m afraid to leave her.
Everything about her rubs me the wrong way.
He regrets retiring early to take care of me when I was diagnosed.
I haven’t spoken to him in months and I’m angry that my parents continue to maintain a relationship with him.
I’m happy with the way my fiancé and I are raising my daughter, but my mother isn’t.
He returned home a year ago feeling sad and anxious. We tried to be supportive, but he felt slighted and he’s not over it.
She wants to start a family now, but I don’t want to make a decision based on her biological timeline.
I’ve gone through life pretending, and my heart aches.
My parents recently divorced, and I’m not ready to spend the holiday with new people.
She’s been bringing a steady stream of men back to my house, and her behavior is testing my patience.
He says he’s bisexual, but I’m worried he’s actually gay.
What I do, or don’t do, with my uterus is nobody’s business.
I’ve forgiven her, but I can’t forgive him.
His parents spanked him as a child, and he insists the punishment has shaped him positively.
She doesn’t want her estranged family to attend. I want to respect her wishes, but am not sure the excluded family members will.
If she stays with her current partner, I’m worried that she’ll end up alone, childless, and unhappy.
I now know intimate details about his sexual preferences, and feel like I can’t interact with him normally.
After five years of being her caregiver, I couldn’t bear the emotional or financial costs alone any longer.