January 2, 2013
Michele Armani and Sally Meisenheimer
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My son recently finished up his soccer season as a senior, and is almost inconsolable – his team lost in the final round and of course, this is not the glorious end of season he anticipated.
My question is about different spousal views of retirement.
Twice this week I have heard someone say, ‘use your words’. I always think of it as a sarcastic remark, but does it actually have some value?
My wife and I are in our early 30s and have been married for 2 years.
I have a few friends that take up the whole conversation when we go out together, when I talk with them on the phone, or am out running errands.
I live with my girlfriend and a female roommate. We are all around 23 years old, have graduated from college, and have jobs.
I find myself in a common situation. My parents are 88 and 89. They live on their own and are quite content; however, in the past six months I have noticed they are having difficulty with some day-to-day tasks.
My mate and I are vicious fighters when a problem arises
I can see that my son is getting to the stage where he will want to begin dating. Do you have some advice on how to set some guidelines to avoid some of the difficulties of this rite of passage?
Work is taking over my life. When I talk with friends or colleagues they seem to be feeling the same way.
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What has happened to the art of social courtesy?
Do you ever really look in the mirror and wonder who you are, how you got to this point in life, and where you are going?