October 17, 2017

Tinkerbell’s Dilemma

Dear Frankly,

I’m dating a guy with Peter Pan Syndrome. He’s got a heart as big as a mountain and always has a kind word for everyone, no matter their faults or failings. The problem is he is in his 30’s, has never been married and acts like a boy with a new toy every time we make love. While I’m enjoying this infatuation now, I’m afraid I’ll tire of the naivete and end up hurting his feelings. Should I keep my emotions close to avoid what seems to be the inevitable?

Compassionate Clara

Dear Compassionate,

I doubt he will notice when you are gone. It seems as if he does indeed see you as a new toy and every time you make love, he puts in new batteries. If this guy makes you happy, why to the dark side must you look? Enjoy it while it lasts, you must.


Dear Frankly,

My boyfriend of 3 1/2 yrs cheated on me with a “friend.” I’ve tried to move past it but just can’t. I am now very insecure, wondering whether that was a one time thing, and if I could ever trust him again. I’m on anti-depressants after therapy didn’t work. I don’t know what to do anymore. I’m too embarrassed to talk to anyone close to me. I want to be happy again and forget about this. Can we still make this relationship work or do I need to just move on?

Stunned Stella

Dear Stunned,

My third husband cheated on me once. Things were never the same, not just because of what I did to him, but, well, the batteries for the electric collar were getting to be costly. I let him go. I met my fourth husband at the store where I bought the collar.


 

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