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I'M THINKING OF LEAVING MY BORING HUSBAND

Dear Willie D:

I have three kids and a husband who worships the ground I walk on. I love him, but I don't want to be married to him anymore. He does all of the right things: provides, treats me right and is a great father. I'm just not attracted to him anymore. After I got pregnant one year removed from high school we got married right away and went about the business of starting a life together forever.

The problem is I never got a chance to get out and explore other options. I just jumped into a lifetime commitment with the first man who was put in front of me. Sometimes I see other guys who I'm attracted to and I want to have sexual encounters with them, but I resist because of my marital status. I'm tired of living this lie. It's not fair to him or me. I just can't help but wonder that I'm missing out on something greater in life.


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I Took a Good Woman for Granted. Help!

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SHOULD BREASTFEEDING IN PUBLIC BE LEGAL?

Dear Willie D:

I walked inside of a McDonald's today and saw a woman breastfeeding her baby. What was particularly disturbing to me was that she had her whole breast exposed. I've heard about other stories of women breastfeeding in public, and business owners being sued for banning the practice.

What is your opinion on breastfeeding in public? By the way. I'm a woman.

Disturbing the Feast:

I don't have a problem with it as long as it's done with class. Some women are discreet with breastfeeding, while some will just whip out their breast for the world to see. I think breastfeeding is a private and intimate act. Some people say breasts can be seen on television and in magazines so they don't see a problem with it.

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I'm Ashamed to Put a Picture on Facebook. Help!

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ARE MY IN-LAWS STILL MY IN-LAWS AFTER DIVORCE?

Dear Willie D:

I divorced my wife last year and now have custody of my three girls. Neither the girls nor I have seen their mother in over eight months. She's out living her life with her new man. The other day my oldest daughter, who is 11, asked me could she go to visit her mother's sister for the weekend. Her aunt has always treated her extra-nice, but she's the same aunt who told my ex-wife that she should leave me because I was no good.

I told my daughter no, because I no longer want my kids to be associated with my ex's side of the family. She started crying and I felt bad, but I just don't think it's a good idea to have my children around people who don't like me. Do you think I'm wrong?


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I'm Hypnotized by My Ex's Booty. Help!

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EDUCATION

Dear Willie D:

I very much enjoyed your segment on TV One's Unsung. You are an inspiration to the younger generation. Unsung covered most of your life, but covered very little of your educational achievements. Which high school did you attend, and what year did you graduate?

Educated Fan:

I attended Forest Brook in Houston, which was later consolidated with M.B. Smiley, and named North Forest High School. I got kicked out of the whole school district two months before graduation for fighting, and never went back.

I was supposed to graduate in '86. Every time I think about how close I came to the finish line and didn't cross it, I'm reminded of Fred's infamous running insult of his son Lamont in the television series Sanford & Son: You big dummy!


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My Man Doesn't Know How to Make Love. Help!

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LIFE AFTER COLLEGE

Dear Willie D:

So I graduated from college, and moved from Houston to California. It's been the best decision so far. I just feel extremely lonely here. I want friends. HELP!

Lonely Newcomer:

A good way to make friends in a new city is to start at your place of employment. Then branch out by joining clubs and organizations that interest you. If you like working out, join a gym. If you are a religious person, locate a place of worship and become a member. If you like helping people, volunteer your free time at a nonprofit.

Don't rush into anything, though. California, specifically the greater Los Angeles area, is ground zero for weirdos.


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I Got Scolded for Spanking My Kid in Public. Help!

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HE HAS AMBITION BUT NO MONEY

Dear Willie D:

I have been talking on the phone with a man who as far as I can tell is a nice guy with impressive goals and drive, but he is broke. I'm 40 years old with a good career, a home, money in the bank, a new car and a hefty 401K. He's 37, works at a mall department store and drives an early-model Nissan. How am I supposed to make this work?

Good Career:

The tone of your letter leads me to believe that you should quit while you're ahead. You said the guy seems nice and has goals. But everything after that was about money and material things, which in his case is well below your standards. Even if you were to give the relationship a go, you appear to be the type of woman who would badger the guy for not being accomplished and be ashamed to bring him around your friends.


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I'm Bored With My Boyfriend. Help!

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I'M READY FOR THE NEXT STEP BUT SHE ISN'T

Dear Willie D:

My girlfriend and I have been together for three years, and I'm ready for the next step in our relationship. I want to marry her, but every time I talk about long-term commitment she changes the subject and says stuff like, "Let's just live in the moment" and "Anything can happen." I'm not satisfied with just dating. I'm 32 years old; she's 31, and neither of us have kids.

I thought the idea of being in a committed relationship was to get married and build a future together, but she seems to be on a different page. I love her a lot, but I'm starting to feel like I'm wasting my time. What in the hell does she mean by, "Anything can happen?"


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I Don't Like Him the Way He Likes Me. Help!

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I DON'T LIKE HIM THE WAY HE LIKES ME

Dear Willie D:

I'm a 17-year-old runaway who has been living with a 26-year-old man for three months now. I just got tired all of the rules at home. My parents know I'm living with a guy, but they think he's closer to my age. We have sex from time to time, and we do things together, but I don't consider him my boyfriend. I have told him that I only want to be friends, but he treats me like I'm his girl.

He introduces me to his friends as his girlfriend, and whenever I talk to other guys on the phone he goes into a rage. I'm only staying with him because he literally begged me to, and he said that I didn't have to pay any bills. When I ran away from home it was his idea. Yes, I knew he wanted more than a platonic relationship, but he convinced me that we could just be friends. Now he acts like we're in a relationship.


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My Girl Says No Sex Until Marriage. Help!

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SEX BEFORE MARRIAGE

Dear Willie D:

I met a young lady who is 23 years old with two kids. We have been seeing each other for about three months and I still have not rounded the bases, if you know what I mean. We were kissing one night and when I tried to take it further, she told me the next time she has sex it will be with the man she marries. I think she is full of s---. She got pregnant twice by two men who never married her, and didn't give a damn about her, or her kids. She's also been with five other men -- so she says.

Now I come along and do all the right things: treat her good, buy her nice things, and take her out, and she wants to act like Sweet Polly Purebred. I really like her a lot, but I'm not ready for marriage. At the same time I'm a man and I have needs. Should I dump her, or hang in there and see where things go from here?


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My Next-Door Neighbors Are Peeping Toms. Help!

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WHY DO SMOKERS STAND RIGHT OUTSIDE OF DOORWAYS TO SMOKE?

Dear Willie D:

I have a healthy contempt for smokers who have no regard for the rest of society. If I was a smoker you would never catch me smoking cigarettes right outside of the doorway or in the direct path of nonsmokers. I mean seriously, if you want to kill yourself go right ahead, but don't take the rest of us out with you.

Smoking is hazardous to your health. As such, if a smoker causes a non-smoker to come into contact with smoke fumes they should be charged with assault, the same as any other person who causes bodily harm to an innocent person. Why do smokers have to stand right outside of doorways to smoke?


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