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Barflies, Distant Men and Losers

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A reader asks: “I met someone at the bar who says he “wants to be with me,” yet doesn’t want to do non-bar related stuff together, not even a movie. When I confront him, he compares me to his abusive ex. Is there an unhealthy issue I haven’t figured out?”

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Does Selfishness Ever Go Away?

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A reader asks: “It’s been five years, and I love my girlfriend. However, she’s selfish, and as time goes on, she gets less and less eager to compromise. I’m beginning to feel like a doormat. What can I do?”

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Help, I’m Trapped in a Raunchy Sex Scene

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A reader asks: “I met this guy at the bar and brought him home for some lovin’. Well he turned into a sex pig, spitting, swearing, choking and more. I’m not vanilla, but when sex gets too dirty or painful it turns me off. How do you know if someone wants a “scene” rather than just good sex?”

Middle Age: Is It Killing You?

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A reader asks: “As I reach middle age, my health, looks and sex appeal are dying out. Don’t you think dying before middle age is better than letting old age kill you?”

Before you have that one-night stand

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A reader asks: “I love one-night stands. But every time I say, “Wanna get together again?” they say, “Sorry, I’m in a relationship!” What’s up with open relationships? Is everyone married?”

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Celibacy: Is it for me?

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A reader asks: “I’m not becoming a priest, but I thought I’d try celibacy. Do you think it’s a good idea?”

Looking at the bright side

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A reader asks: “I’ve heard people say, ‘Look at the bright side!’ But what could possibly be bright about bullying or gay bashing or AIDS?”