Help with dating single dad
My administrative assistant asked for some pain relievers, and I opened my desk drawer and shared from a labeled, over-the-counter bottle of acetaminophen.
I saw her staring at the unlabeled bottle in the drawer.
He made passes at my husband’s aunt, one of my bridesmaids, my cousin’s fiancée, the DJ, and one of my good friends.
He almost got in a fight with venue security when he tried to leave with an open beer. The wedding was big enough that I don’t think most people knew the extent, but I regret that I didn’t have more plans for “handling” him.
It’s unbelievably childish to treat a dish you prepared as somehow “contaminated,” doubly so when it’s common knowledge that herpes cannot be transmitted via potluck.
The fact that this is your subordinate makes the issue additionally uncomfortable, but you do at least have the authority to correct her.
Recently my feelings have resurfaced in full force, along with some feelings for the other half of the couple.
I am often hit with waves of sadness and/or jealousy when I see them together, even if we’re all hanging out.
Wanting to feel is a good thing, but continuing to put yourself in an untenable situation in order to provoke those feelings is not a healthy choice.
We technically have an open relationship, but neither of us has acted on it yet, so we talk a lot about how we’re feeling and any worries we have.
I’ve never had this kind of “check-in” before, and it feels great.
His abysmal behavior has really soured my memories of the day.
I have been unable to sit down with my husband and select photos for our album, because I get so angry at my father, but I’m so much angrier at myself.Dear Prudence, I have a girlfriend I love very much.