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Hi Andrew, The best way to get over anyone is to stay busy doing things you love. If your life is full, you won't miss what's not there. Consider it a distraction if you will, but it's a healthy one
Dear David, Divorce is an ending. All endings make space for new beginnings. What that new beginning is for you is up to you. Here are some choices: * move on with someone else while maintaining
Hi Andrew, No, you're not wrong to want to date an attractive, charming, funny young lady. Who wouldn't? :) There is a practical and romantic side to all of this though. The practical side is that
Hello, I don't know if you want to take things to this level, but you could file a sexual harassment suit. Your company appears to either not have a sexual harassment policy or is not enforcing it.
Well, many people don't think about safe sex, avoiding pregnancy, avoiding STDs or being faithful when they have the opportunity to experience pleasure through sex. They just do what makes them happy and