?Chuck and WooWoo, Can jealousy be fixed? Im gonna get right to it with yall cause I dont know what to do. Ive been dating my BF for 9 months. We dont live together but when we get off work & on the weekends...we stay at each others apartments. He is become very controlling and paranoid lately. And needs to know where I am when I am not with him. For example - if I say I am going to the gym for an hour...and I am not back in 1 hour...he will FREAK out. Calling Texting and just really jealous. Wants to know who I saw at the gym Who did I talk to etc. He was not like this in the beginning of our relationship. Its strange. And I really like him when we are together - but when I am out of his sight with girlfriends he turns into somebody totally different. I think he is very insecure and jealous...so do I deal with it? Talk to him? Or just jump ship now before we hit the 1 year mark. THANKS!?
"Chuck and WooWoo,
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I'm going to try to make this short. Basically - I'm sleeping with one of my friend's dads. I have known her since elementary school. Her parents have been divorced 10 years. I'm 33. He is 59. We ran into each other at a bar last summer. He is handsome. Gorgeous. Like an older better looking Daniel Craig. He does not look his age. But the age does not matter. While we aren't head over heels for each other & planning a wedding...we are special to each other. I see myself with him for a long time. His daughter - my friend - lives in Florida. How do we share our relationship with her? I am scared that I will not only lose a friend but a relationship with him too. So any advice you can give me would be really helpful. It is a tough situation. He wants to tell his daughter & doesn't want her to find out from gossip or Facebook, etc. He thinks we - as adults - should tell her. Thank YOU!!!!!"
Listen to this...my boyfriend was married once before. Like 5 years ago. He and his exwife have no kids & the divorce was nasty. Just really rough and bitter and he was totally hurt (she cheated) by the split. He always talks poorly about her & said it was a mistake marrying her. Well - come to find out - they have re-connected via Facebook. Yep. She reached out to him to APOLOGIZE...and he took the bait. He is telling me now he wants to RECONCILE with her. Not get back together, he said he loves me - but he wants to become friends with her again. UM NO! Isn't this a recipe for disaster? She wronged him. Now she wants a friendship? Am I wrong for telling him to stay away? I am not controlling so I wont tell him what to do - it is his life. But I think this is a BAD idea. Right?!!!!!"
"My fiance recently came home with a BUZZ CUT! Didn't tell me he was gonna do it...literally buzzed off all his hair. He used to have Patrick Dempsey type hair, really thick and wavy. So to go from that to peach fuzz - I was pretty pissed. He thought I would love it. But I don't. He looks ridiculous. THankfully - he has 1 year to grow it before the wedding. But I told him he should probably tell me when he plans on doing radical things like this. Don't you guys agree? Shouldn't he have told me...I am going to BUZZ all my hair off!! Am I right?"
I'm a divorced, middle age female. I am just wanting an opinion. Of course i don't want my real identity posted.
I am wondering, am I the only one that is still looking for the ideal relationship? You know, the one that you don't feel like you are settling. One that is full of trust, faithfulness, honesty. Seems like no one takes relationships seriously.
Also, why is it so hard to find the “complete”package? Friend, lover, soulmate,etc. Seems you find someone that you get along personality wise or someone that it’s “just the sex”. I have been in both situations, and sometimes wonder why is it so hard to find someone that is all of the above! Is it possible?
Good morning! Please don't use my name or email address. A few months ago, my mom told me that she wanted to take me and my kids on a vacation. We are planning to take them to Florida. However, my husband let it be known this evening that he is very upset about this. He said that he cannot understand why I am going on a family vacation without him. I tried to explain to him that this is time with my mom and the grandkids and she did this with my sister and sister-in-law too. My dad is not going on the trip, and if he were, I would expect my husband to go also. I do not feel it's right for my husband to go so that we can have the "family vacation" on my mom's dime because he's upset about it. But boy, are his panties in a bunch! And I did remind him that the boys and I are off all summer so we can do our yearly family trip then. I'd like other people's thoughts on this. :) Let me have 'em! Thank you!!!
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My son has been dating his 20 year-old girlfriend for a year. My husband and I have noticed she is always taking advantage of him - as he spends most of his money on her! She's snooty and everything she wears has to have a designer label - Tiffany, Coach, Kors. He spoiled her rotten on Christmas and spent at least $500. She's a liar and very needy and controlling. She monopolizes my son's spare time and trashes his friends. She is trouble with a capital T. How can I convince him she's a mistake? Is it my place to do so?Signed - A Concerned Mom
On Friday, I went on a first date with "Dave". He took me to to dinner & then we went to a bar to hear LIVE music. As we were driving home he told me he had planned to go to that restaurant with his last girlfriend, but that they broke up before he could take her there!!! WHAT?! And then he also said that the local band was one of their favorite bands. My best friends say this is a warning sign and that he will always be comparing me to her. Should I go out with Dave again or not?
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"Please don't use my name or post my email. Thanks. Last weekend, I took my girlfriend out to dinner. We went to (expensive local restaurant) and had a great time! The night ended poorly after I asked her where she got the diamond necklace she was wearing. She said it was a gift from her ex-boyfriend. This sparked a fight because I thought it was wrong that she was wearing it. It made me uncomfortable. She disagreed and refused to take it off. She says she plans to continue wearing the necklace. Should my girl still be wearing a gift from her ex? Curious to see what the listeners will say. "
"My second wife is demanding that I ask my 19 year-old daughter to move out. They don't get along and my wife says she's ruining our marriage. My daughter and I have repaired our relationship and have become close since she moved in. I'mstuck in the middle and don't know what to do. My wife and daughter won't compromise. Who goes?
Thank You for reading. I listen to your show daily as I drive from Hampton to the beach. Great show. You can call me "Tom"."
My boyfriend came home very drunk from his New Year's Eve party. I stayed home with our kids and had some of my girlfriends over. When my man collapsed on the couch, I went to cover him with a blanket and noticed he had make-up on his shirt collar. Like foundation/bronzer had rubbed off on his shirt. I talked to him about it in the morning and he said he was sorry and had no clue about how he got smeared. I am furious, but he swears there's nothing going on between him and anyone else. My question is, should I believe him?
On New Year's Eve, my boyfriend kissed his best female friend on the lips. Yes - ON THE LIPS. I was shocked and couldn't believe he literally cheated right in front of me. I mean I was standing right there. He kissed and hugged me - then walked across the room and kissed her!!! He said the kiss wasn't cheating because he's been doing it for 7 years & she is like his sister. It meant nothing. He says I am over-reacting. I left the party early that night obviously. He says it really was just a friend to friend kiss. So am I wrong? Was 'the kiss' cheating or not?
A listener said: "Can you take sides with someone when they are going thru a divorce? My sister announced over the Holidays while we were home - that she and her husband were getting divorced. Bad timing, I know!! But we saw it coming. Of course since she is my sister, I am on "her side". My husband said taking sides is immature. But her soon to be ex was caught cheating & hiding money. He and my husband were friends growing up - and he said he won't turn his back or take sides. He will be neutral & still maintain his friendship. Now of course I feel kinda bad for taking a side - but its my sister!!!! Is this OK to do? I have already DE-friended him from FB. Jerk!!! Thanks for reading. Here's to a Happy 2013!!"