Thank you so much for providing this platform for me to express myself. First of all, let me apologise for the disjointed manner in which this letter may be written as I am so upset about this woman that I can hardly think straight.
I am in my mid-late 20s and engaged to a wonderful, kind, sensitive man. We dated for exactly one year before he proposed, and though we are very different from one another, happily agreed to spend the rest of our lives together.
Q I have been seeing a therapist for 18 months, which for the most part has had a positive impact on my life. I know I have serious issues with trusting people and letting people in, so this is a huge achievement. My therapist obviously knows this and has been respectful at going at my pace and dipping forward every so often to see how it goes, which is fine.
Q My father is suffering from ill health and requires quite a lot of hospital visits, and also he likes to have a lot of visitors. My mother is in fairly good health but they are elderly. I have two brothers, and all three of us are married with children. We have been very fair in dividing up the tasks and visiting schedule, but, even so, I am completely at my wits' end. I have a very busy job and am the main breadwinner. I work about 60 hours a week, my wife works part-time and does the lion's share of the care for our two children, one of whom is still in nappies. I can't see any way of reorganising the workload - my brothers are in the same boat. This could go on for years. I am thinking about going to my GP and asking for medication for all the anxiety this is causing me. Please don't tell me to work less as that is not possible, or get some exercise as I don't get to see much of my kids as it is, and if I were to carve out an hour here and there it would go on that.
With the holidays having disappeared quicker than your sun tan, it's tempting to hunker down for sofa time and snoozes now that the autumn chill is setting in. But if you'd like to take some of that summer loving with you into winter, it's time to reboot your sex life and reap the health rewards as a result. Here's how…
My wife and I are both in our 30s and we have two small children. We've been married for four years. I am from a very humble financial background and am supporting my parents. I am also paying off my wife's education loan. I am ambitious and am entering an advanced phase in my career. I work long hours in the IT sector.
When I heard that Brazilian president, Jair Bolsonaro, whose wife is 37 years his junior, had apparently endorsed a social media comment mocking his French counterpart, Emmanuel Macron, for having a wife nearly 25 years his senior, I rolled my eyes at the predictability of it all.
In Hollywood, they no longer say, 'don't get mad, get everything'. In fact, they're more likely to say, 'don't get mad, move on'. Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth met a decade ago and got engaged way back in 2013, but have decided to call it a day less than a year into their marriage.
I find myself in an impossible situation and I'm sure lots of people who mail you feel the same. I know that I have trust issues and through snooping on my partner's phone (which I know is unacceptable) I discovered that she has been with other people, possibly when we were going out.
Blame it on Netflix, smartphones, your children or your high-pressured job — if you don’t think your sex life is up to scratch, at least you’re not alone. Health conditions and medications, body confidence, relationship issues and life changes can all take their toll.
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