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Published: Fri, 22 Sep 2017 00:25:06 GMT2017-09-22T00:25:06Z


Imbuing an unexpected breakup with grace and decency

Fri, 22 Sep 2017 00:25:06 GMT2017-09-22T00:25:06Z

Question: It's been more than a month since my ex and I had an argument, and we haven't spoken to each other since. We've been together for more than a year and have had trivial arguments like this, and we always get back together after a few days of cooling off. I always like to settle arguments at that moment, but he likes to discuss after a day or two. I think we both realize we love each other but are not meant to be together.

No desire to spend time with critical parents

Thu, 21 Sep 2017 00:56:04 GMT2017-09-21T00:56:04Z

Adapted from a recent online discussion. Question: In my childhood, criticism from my parents was the constant theme. My grades were never good enough, my room was never clean enough, whatever. As a result, I feel little to no affection for my parents now that I'm an adult, and I don't spend much time with them or talk to them much. I just don't like them very much.