Re-read the last paragraph of your letter, and you will see in your own words why it’s time for you to go. He may be trying, but frankly, it is too late. Pack your bags. There’s nothing deader than a dead romance.Plan for emergencies DEAR ABBY: A friend recently shared some great advice. Her mom is 86 and in poor health, so my friend put together an emergency information briefcase for the trunk of her car and another one by the front door. If anyone needs to take her mother to the ER, all her important information is in two places. This includes medications, doctors, insurance cards, Living Will, power of attorney and family emergency numbers. I took my friend’s advice, and it turned out to be a godsend when I had to take my 79-year-old mother to the ER after a serious fall. The admitting clerks said they wished everyone would do this. (I also included $100 in cash in a small envelope.) I hope you think her idea is worth sharing. — Glad I Did in Alabama DEAR GLAD:
If the admitting clerks said they wished everyone would do this, then it’s worth a mention in my column. Readers, planning such as this could save precious minutes in an emergency.He can’t make a baby DEAR ABBY: Because of an accident I had as a teenager, I can’t father a child. How far into a relationship should I wait to tell a woman this? While I wouldn’t mention it on the first date, I don’t want someone to feel betrayed if she wasn’t informed. There’s also the issue of finding a woman who’s OK with it. So far, the ones I have dated ended the relationship because they couldn’t accept being childless or adopting. — Guy Who Needs an Answer DEAR GUY:
Mention it when the subject of children comes up. Not every woman wants children. It’s nothing to be ashamed of.
P.S. If you include the fact that you can’t father a child on your dating profile, it will filter out those women who do. I’m advising you to prepare for an avalanche.© Universal Uclick 5/21