Dating a woman with small children
Dear Prudence, The daughter of an acquaintance of mine recently was treated for cancer.She's about 4-years-old, and I believe she is doing well now.You don't have to offer money toward the cost of a wig, unless the family is in financial straits and friends are raising funds to generally help them out.(Then donate only what you can comfortably afford.) If you want to do something for them, bringing a dinner is helpful—check when one would be most needed.Her mother posted a request on Facebook asking for donations of hair to make a wig for her.Then another friend sent me a private message to tell me that the mother wanted me to donate my hair to her daughter.
If you do give your intimacy another go, despite your love of "the old-fashioned way," this would be a good time to expand your repertoire.
Otherwise, since the request for your locks came to you secondhand, just act as if you'd never heard it.
Dear Prudence, My husband and I got married about a month ago.
I feel awful about this—it's obviously something that he can't help, and it slays me that the universe would be so unjust to such a wonderful person. I see a potential future with him in every other way, but how do I deal with this?
Do women who marry very poorly endowed men end up regretting it?
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When you can't feel anything during the act, that's a problem.