We Broke Up, But Now I Want Him Back. Help!

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I BROKE UP WITH HIM, NOW I WANT HIM BACK

Dear Willie D:

I just got out of a bad relationship with a guy who is a dog in every sense of the word; all he needs is a collar and leash. Not only was he unfaithful, he was a user. Anytime we went somewhere, he always expected me to pay. My boyfriend before him was the polar opposite: if we went out, he insisted on paying for lunch and dinner. He opened doors and was an all-around gentlemen.

He was also loyal to me. But when he allowed me to take him for granted, I guess I just got used to walking over him and lost respect for him. Soon I started being cordial with a guy at the gym where I work out. I will admit my attraction to him was mainly physical at first because he was in great shape and he knew it. He is above average-looking but his physique gave him a level of confidence that women find attractive.

Shortly after meeting him I broke it off with my boyfriend to pursue a relationship with him. But after just two months in I realized that I had made a big mistake and ended the relationship. I want my old boyfriend back but I'm ashamed to tell him. How do I build up the courage to ask him back?

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He Wants Me to Send Him Nude Selfies. Help!

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WORKING ON NOT BEING SELFISH

Dear Willie D:

I consider myself a good person, but I'm selfish and I don't know how to break the mold. I haven't spoken to my sister in over a year because I wouldn't allow her to use my car to travel back and forth to work. She wrecked her car and didn't have insurance for the repairs. She got mad at me because as she put it, I have two cars and one is just sitting there not being used.

She called our mother and put her in between it, and our mother took her side and called me selfish. Now my mother and I are on not speaking. Why should I have to let her put miles on my car, and what happens if my primary car breaks down while she's driving my other car? Even worse, what happens if she wrecks my car? I feel bad for being this way because she doesn't have transportation to work.

I know it's not my responsibility, but why do I feel so guilty? Do you think I should let her use my car?


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I Want to Ask a Girl to Prom. Help!

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I NEED TO KNOW HOW TO ASK A GIRL TO PROM

Dear Willie D:

There's this girl at my high school who I really like, and I was thinking about asking her to my prom. I don't think she has a boyfriend; at least I have never seen her with a guy. We have three classes together so we speak to each other, but we never really talk.

She is one of the prettiest girls at my school, so I'm a little intimidated by her. Please, please, please tell me what to say to get her to be my prom date.

Prom King:

So you want to prom-pose, huh? It depends on how big or small you want to go. If you want to go small simply say, "Hey, you want to go to prom with me?" If you want to go big you could do a scavenger hunt where you leave a series of notes on her desk or taped to her locker that leads to you. To make sure she's the slightest bit interested and you don't waste your time, I would suggest you leave the first note on her desk with something she knows belongs to you -- like a book with your name written on the inside of the front cover.


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His Teacher Called My Son a Loser. Help!

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HIS TEACHER CALLED MY SON A LOSER

Dear Willie D:

My 9-year-old son's teacher called him a loser. It all started when the class was divided into groups to work on a science project and my son's classmate asked the teacher a question. Not satisfied with the answer, my son basically challenged the teacher's knowledge of the procedure to use in determining whether a car toy can measure magnet strength and that's when the students say she told him, "Shut up loser!"

Granted, my son can be a royal pain in the butt sometimes when his baby Einstein-like genius is on display, he's still a kid with feelings. He called me crying because he was so embarrassed.

The teacher was suspended, but I want her job. If she said something as cruel as that to my kid, imagine how many more she's done something similar to. She doesn't deserve to work around kids. How do you feel about me pursuing this further?


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My Doctor Is Out of Control. Help!

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SINGLE MOTHER STRUGGLING

Dear Willie D:

I am a single mother of two teenagers and one preteen. I sometimes find myself at a point where I don't think I can make it anymore when it comes down to providing for my family. Both of my daughters lost their fathers to violence a few years back, and my son's father is in his life but I receive no child support. My family and I are not as close as a family should be.

I often wonder if I should get a second job, but with three kids at home -- one who is only 11 and at the age where he needs me home more to give him the attention that kids need at that age -- I don't know. What's your best advice to me on how to get through this single-mother struggle?

Struggling Solo:

The first thing you should do when money is tight is cut back on your lifestyle. Look around and eliminate anything costing you money that you don't need: cable TV, cigarettes, alcohol, cleaning services, credit cards, Starbucks, name-brand clothes and anything else you can think of. Take your lunch to work, don't eat out, and if you drive an expensive car downsize to something less expensive but reliable. Get the son's father to help out voluntarily or put the courts in his life.


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I Want to Move in With My Boyfriend. Help!

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MY FRIEND WANTS A BABY SO SHE WILL FEEL LOVED

Dear Willie D:

Even though she doesn't have a husband, or boyfriend my 28-year-old friend has told me she is going to have a baby before she turns 30. When I asked her why on earth would she do something like that, she said that she's tired of being alone and feeling unloved. She said that if she has a baby her baby will not judge her, or leave her, and will always love her no matter what.

When I questioned her as to just how she was going to have this "non" love child, she said that she has a couple of guy friends who will do it, or she will just get pregnant by someone she meets in the near future. We aren't speaking to each other right now because she's mad at me for chiding her. But I'm also mad at her. She kept giving me all of these lame examples of women having children and raising them alone.

She also said that her mother raised her as a single parent, and she turned out all right. Because we have been friends for over four years I thought I could be honest with her. I told her that she didn't turn out all the way all right because she has daddy issues, and that's the root of her inability to get along with men.


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I Don't Want My Kids Anymore. Help!

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MY PAST HAS COME BACK TO HAUNT ME

Dear Willie D:

I moved from Los Angeles to Houston about six years ago to put my past in the rearview and get a fresh start on life. My cousin helped me get a good job, I bought a condo in a nice neighborhood and made new friends. I was very selective about the type of guys that I dated. I had lived my whole life in L.A. around celebrities, and had seen enough of the lights.

So when I met my fiancé out at a bar, I was glad to know he was not in the entertainment business. However, because of his business he does know a lot of famous people. Everything was perfect until we went to a friend's house for a party. It was a small gathering; maybe 20 people -- mostly couples -- but lo and behold my ex-boyfriend's old girlfriend was there. My heart just about popped out of my chest.

I mean, what are the chances of someone who lives in L.A. who used to date my ex being at an arbitrary house party in Houston? To make a long story short, as I figured, she blabbed off to my fiancé's friend about me, and the next day my fiancé drilled me about my famous ex. Then he hits me with, "I can't trust you. What other secrets are you keeping?"


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I Don't Want My Man Having Female Friends. Help!

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I DON'T WANT MY BOYFRIEND TO HAVE FEMALE FRIENDS

Dear Willie D:

I have been with my boyfriend for one year, and it's been mostly good times. We are both 18. He is an attractive guy, so of course girls flirt with him. He is also nice, so he has many female friends who he sometimes talks to on the phone.

It's not that I don't trust him. I don't trust the girls he's friends with. One girl in particular, who he dated before, we met is very attractive, and I just can't help but be jealous of her, being that they used to date.

I told him to delete her phone number, and stop talking to her but he refuses to. How can I get him to stop being her friend?


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I Know My Mom Is Having an Affair. Help!

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I KNOW MY MOM IS HAVING AN AFFAIR

Dear Willie D:

My mom wrecked her car and since then she has been alternating between riding to work with me, and a male coworker. The other night I took her to work and went in for a few minutes. When I returned to the parking garage, I realized that I didn't have money to pay for parking because I left my wallet at home. So I went back to ask my mom to pay for the ticket. When I reached her department I saw her coworker friend pop her on the butt and she just smiled.

I pretended not to see what happened, and just asked for the money and left. I hate that my mom spends so much time with that slimeball. He also plays poker with my dad, who is totally in the dark on all of this, in part because the guy is married. I know my mom is having an affair and I want to tell my dad, because they are making a good man look like a fool.


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My Friend Is a Real Hothead. Help!

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WHAT TO DO ABOUT MY HOTHEADED FRIEND

Dear Willie D

I have a friend who cannot go anywhere without picking a fight. He is a classic hothead. The last time we were out at a bar, we got jumped by a group of guys because one of the guys with the other party paid a compliment to his girlfriend. I don't think the guy was trying to be disrespectful. She certainly didn't think so, or else she wouldn't have thanked him. It was five of them against three of us.

We held our own, but our other friend ended up with a broken nose. I can understand not letting people push you around, but at what point does standing up for your manhood become a problem, and how do I deal with my friend's aggressive nature?

Hothead's Friend:

Standing up for your manhood becomes a problem when you start a fight but your friend ends up with a broken nose. You deal with your friend's aggressive nature by distancing yourself. Dude has confidence issues so he overcompensates by bullying and intimidation.


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