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Talk to your son about your feelings, and ask if there is a reason for his wife’s behavior. Then ask if hewants
you to be a part of his child’s life, because the way things are going, it doesn’t appear to be the case. That you haven’t been invited to the baby showers is terrible, but nothing will change until you bring your concerns out into the open.
I’m sad to say your problem isn’t unusual, and it usually happens in marriages where the husband is afraid or unwilling to talk about uncomfortable subjects and prefers to avoid confrontation.Lost contact after gay seduction
The man you seduced may not have been as comfortable with gay sex as you assumed he was. Try to contact him once, but if he wanted to see you again, he wouldn’t have disappeared. My advice is to leave it at that because it appears he isn’t interested in another round of poker — or anything else — with you.Confront suspected thief in a public place DEAR ABBY: I have discovered that the man I have been seeing for several years has been stealing money from me. There is no question in my mind that it’s him. What is the best way to confront him? It breaks my heart, but I need to give him a chance to be honest about this. I care for him as a person but no longer trust him. I know he’s going through a lot right now, but so are a lot of us. Please guide me. I don’t do confrontations well. — Used in Indiana DEAR USED:
If you have proof of what he has done, a way to approach it would be to discuss with himin a public place
that money has disappeared — and you would like his “help” in figuring out where it went. Depending upon his response, you may have to take specific action by involving your lawyer, your CPA or the police.© Universal Uclick 6/19