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Dear Abby: In the past few years I have had a string of failed relationships. Having never met you, I can’t guess what you might be doing wrong, if anything.
Nothing bad happened, and there were no fights or arguments. It’s time to start asking your married friends why they think this is happening repeatedly.
There's also an "Unfollow" link in every email notification we send you. A few months ago I met a man who contacted me on social media.
After meeting him, I realized he was married, but he was not happy.
Unfortunately, his wife has a terminal illness, and he feels obligated to care for her until it is over.
We formed a very close bond as we talked and soon realized we are in love and want to be together.
He tells me I don’t understand and that I need to go where he goes.
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We are both in our 60s, and it’s kind of late in life for a divorce, so I would appreciate any advice you could give me.
Dear Arguing: Unless your husband’s former in-laws have made you feel unwelcome, I think you should have made a greater effort to accompany him to some of those gatherings.
DEAR ABBY: I’m writing in the hope you’ll print my letter and, with your response, raise awareness about male breast cancer.
A male family member was recently diagnosed with breast cancer, and in addition to the issues everyone recently diagnosed with cancer goes through, there are additional issues causing stress.