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Jul 10, 2000
I am 18 she is 17. . . . Please help me i have a major problem. For some reason i cannot trust my girlfriend. We have been together for a year and I have every reason in the world to be able to trust her but for some reson i cant. I am constantly worried if she is trying to impress other guys, she says she doesnt and i want to believe her so bad. How can i start to trust her. I just get to feeling so jealous because if she goes dancing she would wind up dancing with another guy. . . ....
Mar 26, 2000
I need some advice. I am in a very loving relationship with a wonderful man, and I hope in the future that we will be married. Sometimes my self-confidence is not 100% which in turn brings some insecurity into our relationship. I don't like hearing about his past relationships, and actually he rarely/never talks about other women, but, when I can guess that he's talking about something which includes him spending time with an ex in his past - it bothers me. He also has female friends...
Jul 12, 1999
Do you think me as overprotective if I worry about my fiancee's whereabouts and his life if he does not call or page me within a three hour period? Do you think me immature if my emotions ( I cry for every fight we have) get the best of me?. I love him like crazy and I don't know what I'd do without him. I've been thru so many bad relationships that it is hard to trust men, I always think the worng things and I end up screwing things up. I don't want to lose him because of my insecurities...
May 31, 1999
Here is my problem, although I don't quite understand it, but I keep getting hung up on this same problem over and over in my relationships. I am a 28-year-old female. My problem is that I have trouble feeling secure in a romantic relationship. I get 'clingy'. I behave horribly because I feel the need to test him to see if he really loves me. I feel like, 'Well, if he puts up with that, he must really love me." I feel like we have to be together 24 hours a day, and if we are apart,...
Aug 31, 1998
I have been in a relationship with a man for 1 year. During this time, he has been back and forth between his former girlfriend and I. When he is with one of us, he wants the other. He is she is 21 and I am 27. He goes back and forth between thinking he is in love with me and then her. I think he is acting more on feelings and not love. How do you teach a grown man the meaning of love. I am willing to be a friend and try to help him discover what his heart is looking for but I am not sure...
Aug 17, 1998
dear Dr. love, i separated from my husband almost two years ago. we were living in ca. and i loved it and i had friends and was making a very lucrative living. we moved to florida and i hated it and i was completely ignored, so i left to go work in my hometown because i couldn't make a living there. in the meantime, i met someone else, who, for the first time in my life, made me feel loved. my husband desparately wanted me back and wanted to make everything up to me. we married when he...
Apr 20, 1998
Dear Dr. Love, I am a 20 year old female. I have been dating my boyfriend for a little over a year and a half now. He is wonderful. I love being with him and can't imagine my life without him. The only problem is he is my first serious boyfriend. Prior to him, I had very little dating experience. I love him dearly, but recently I've been so afraid to keep this relationship going because since he is my first boyfriend, I don't know how to tell if he is the right one for me. I can see myself...
Sep 8, 1997
Dear Dr. Love I've been marrried to my wife for a year and a half. Recently I found out that I'm attracted to one of her co-workers. She's relly beautiful and nice. I can't stop tthinking about her, I have fantasies about being with her, even when I have sex with my wife I imagine myself having sex with that woman. When I meet her, on a party or somewhere else, i can't stop looking at her. I am afraid that now I'm thinking of her more than of my wife. On the other side I realise that there is...
Nov 25, 1996
Dear Dr. Love, Recently I broke up with my girlfriend of 3 and 1/2 years. She and I were fighting over the smallest things. I was never right, even with proof in hand. I tried everthing to rekindle the flame of romance. She never responded with any real emotion. I feel confident I made the correct decision, but I 'm afraid that my parents will not forgive. In that lies my problem: My parents love her so much that she is like a member of the family, the last time I broke off our relationship my...