• What's a good age to get a girlfriend?

    A number of my friends have one. I'm 13. Just wondering.
    A number of my friends have one. I'm 13. Just wondering.
    290 answers · Singles & Dating · 2 weeks ago
  • Should I tell the girl I'm dating I'm not circum cised and if so, how?

    That pretty much says it there. I'm lonely and want a girlfriend and I'm not circumcised. Should the girl's background make a difference (ex. black, white, latino?) I want to find a mate but I dont want someone who's gonna tell me to mutilate my genitals. Should I tell the girl and if so, how?
    That pretty much says it there. I'm lonely and want a girlfriend and I'm not circumcised. Should the girl's background make a difference (ex. black, white, latino?) I want to find a mate but I dont want someone who's gonna tell me to mutilate my genitals. Should I tell the girl and if so, how?
    167 answers · Singles & Dating · 2 weeks ago
  • Women won't do anything for you sexually until you spend a lot of money on them?

    In high school you could just buy them an ice cream cone, now they want a car or a wedding ring, or expensive vacation. Am I right fellas?
    In high school you could just buy them an ice cream cone, now they want a car or a wedding ring, or expensive vacation. Am I right fellas?
    144 answers · Singles & Dating · 2 weeks ago
  • Nicer Way of Saying No Children at Wedding?

    We are looking at wording for our invitations and trying to come up with a polite way of informing guests that children are not welcome at our wedding or reception. Its not that we hate kids - we love them. It's just that neither one of us wants to hear a child screaming as we take our vows in the church nor... show more
    We are looking at wording for our invitations and trying to come up with a polite way of informing guests that children are not welcome at our wedding or reception. Its not that we hate kids - we love them. It's just that neither one of us wants to hear a child screaming as we take our vows in the church nor do we want kids running around the reception causing trouble. The wedding is on the formal side and dinner will be a sit down, catered and served affair. We don't think requesting no children to be present is unrealistic or crazy given the nature of the event. So we were wondering if there is a nice way of getting this point across without having to come out and make it obvious. My future MIL suggested "Adult Reception to follow" or something like that but it doesn't cover the ceremony. Any suggestions?
    93 answers · Engagements & Weddings · 2 weeks ago
  • Is the cause of break ups and divorces mostly the females fault?

    Best answer: Most of the time, women have an unrealistic idea of what a relationship should be . If it doesn't mesh with their fairy tale world, from paper back novels and movies, she starts finding problems, and begins to subtly undermine the relationship.They get fat. They make life uncomfortable. They reject amorous... show more
    Best answer: Most of the time, women have an unrealistic idea of what a relationship should be . If it doesn't mesh with their fairy tale world, from paper back novels and movies, she starts finding problems, and begins to subtly undermine the relationship.They get fat. They make life uncomfortable. They reject amorous gestures. This might range from not responding during sex, to refusal, and criticism of his genitals. Men can only tolerate so much. Some negative responses are unavoidable. Soon SHE files for divorce.
    80 answers · Singles & Dating · 2 weeks ago
  • My father states that he can no longer pay my child support because he's getting divorced, is this correct or is he lying to me?

    Best answer: Depending on where you live, he may have to keep paying until you are 25 or have left full time attendance at school. He can't just arbitrarily decide to stop paying because then you or your mother could go to court and the judge would order him to keep paying up til age 25 if you go to college or university. ... show more
    Best answer: Depending on where you live, he may have to keep paying until you are 25 or have left full time attendance at school. He can't just arbitrarily decide to stop paying because then you or your mother could go to court and the judge would order him to keep paying up til age 25 if you go to college or university. They could also take his drivers license and passport and even potentially throw him in jail. Judges take this stuff seriously. If you aren't still in school though the rules may be different. I would call your local courthouse to find out about any free legal clinics they offer and then go in to ask questions. The rules vary according to your area. Good luck.
    57 answers · Law & Ethics · 2 weeks ago
  • Should I get back with my ex even tho he's controlling ?

    Me and my ex boyfriend were together for 6 months he was really sweet and the beginning would spoil me and everything but after a couple of months of being together he started to be very controlling and we would get into arguements about his behavior and how it needs to change we also have broken up like 4 times... show more
    Me and my ex boyfriend were together for 6 months he was really sweet and the beginning would spoil me and everything but after a couple of months of being together he started to be very controlling and we would get into arguements about his behavior and how it needs to change we also have broken up like 4 times because of the way he acts but then we always get back together after words cause he tells me he's gonna change but it ends being the same thing over and over again so I don't know what to do anymore I still love him but I hate when he gets controlling like that
    98 answers · Singles & Dating · 2 weeks ago
  • Mom threatens to disown me and take my son.?

    I m currently separated from my husband of 11 years. We have a 9 year old son together. Since the beginning my mother has hated my husband. Actually she despises him. And vice versa. I admit I can see her point on more than one occasion. He has his faults but we all do. Anyway, I m living with my parents who I m... show more
    I m currently separated from my husband of 11 years. We have a 9 year old son together. Since the beginning my mother has hated my husband. Actually she despises him. And vice versa. I admit I can see her point on more than one occasion. He has his faults but we all do. Anyway, I m living with my parents who I m very close with. I was laid off from my job so until I get another job im staying with them and my son They have no problem with this but my mom told me if I decide to go back with my husband she is disowning me and getting custody of my son. I understand she wants the best for me but this seems a bit much. Thoughts and advice please
    59 answers · Family · 2 weeks ago
  • What should I do? My wife feels like I don't spend enough time with her.?

    My wife frequently complains that I don't spend enough time with her. We have two children together and I have a daughter from a previous relationship. I work odd hours and some weeks I don't have a full day off. When I am home I spend my time sleeping or doing something I enjoy like watching sports or... show more
    My wife frequently complains that I don't spend enough time with her. We have two children together and I have a daughter from a previous relationship. I work odd hours and some weeks I don't have a full day off. When I am home I spend my time sleeping or doing something I enjoy like watching sports or playing video games.. We have sex a couple times a week but other than that we don't actually spend much time together. Do you think I'm neglecting my wife? We just had a baby almost 3 months ago so I just kinda chalked her neediness up to that but is she right? Am I not spending enough time alone with her? Also she has yet to go back to work, we agreed she would stay home with the baby until he was 6 months old. So maybe she's just bored or something? I don't know.
    58 answers · Marriage & Divorce · 2 weeks ago
  • What does it mean when a guy invites you to his place for dinner?

    He is a co-worker and has never asked me out before.
    He is a co-worker and has never asked me out before.
    51 answers · Singles & Dating · 2 weeks ago
  • Should I have told my ex wife I was getting remarried?

    My wife thinks I should have told my ex wife that I was getting remarried, especially as we have children together. It was my weekend to have them when we got married so they were present. I didn't see the need to tell my ex wife as we didn't spilt amicably. She's openly said numerous times that she... show more
    My wife thinks I should have told my ex wife that I was getting remarried, especially as we have children together. It was my weekend to have them when we got married so they were present. I didn't see the need to tell my ex wife as we didn't spilt amicably. She's openly said numerous times that she doesn't like my new wife. She's told their school not to let her pick up the boys even though the youngest is in the same class as her oldest. If I'm running late from work when my ex drops the kids off, she won't leave them with my wife; she'll stay sat in the car with them until I arrive. My ex wife and her boyfriend have sent us a letter saying that are going to petition court to stop my wife being around the boys until it's serious relationship (ie, we're married). My wife is annoyed that I haven't old my ex, especially as she told her ex husband that we were getting married. Should I have told my ex?
    50 answers · Engagements & Weddings · 2 weeks ago
  • Is it unethical for a 28 year old man to date an 18 year old girl?

    Best answer: it depends. is the attraction mutual? does she have a mature outlook on life? are the true intentions of the couple clear to each other? what is the age of consent in your country? Some may judge quickly and say it isn't right, others may say it doesn't matter. In the grand scheme of things, so long as both... show more
    Best answer: it depends. is the attraction mutual? does she have a mature outlook on life? are the true intentions of the couple clear to each other? what is the age of consent in your country?
    Some may judge quickly and say it isn't right, others may say it doesn't matter. In the grand scheme of things, so long as both the people are in their right loving mind, the opinions of other people shouldn't matter. If you have doubts in your own mind about it, then the relationship probably has poor morals behind it.
    41 answers · Singles & Dating · 2 weeks ago
  • I moved out to my own place so my boyfriend can move in with me and he still is afraid to leave his mom's house?

    She doesn't like me so I rented out a place for us to stay . Now he doesn't want to move in is using excuse after excuse I'm sad I feel let down . He's 32 I'm 27 were not babies . She doesn't accept me because I had an abortion but at the time I didn't have a career like I did now. She... show more
    She doesn't like me so I rented out a place for us to stay . Now he doesn't want to move in is using excuse after excuse I'm sad I feel let down . He's 32 I'm 27 were not babies . She doesn't accept me because I had an abortion but at the time I didn't have a career like I did now. She also thinks I run around with other guys which I don't I just have a guy friend . The abortion thing she found out on her own but either way she doesn't like me and makes it known to my boyfriend and he feels stuck in the middle and feels relieved that I rented out a place for us but I'm basically paying all the bills on my own and he's still hesitant to move out saying he doesn't want to lose his private entrance room in his mom's and free perks he obviously gets which is understandable but when he does stay over he tells his mom he's not with me lies to her so she won't get mad because he knows shell make him choose between her house and my place . What do I do ?
    30 answers · Singles & Dating · 2 weeks ago
  • Just celebrated 25 yrs of marriage but now I am thinking I missed out on experiences?

    Best answer: ?? What took you so long? Most virgin brides do this within the first 10 years. Have fun, practice safe sex, and be discrete.
    Best answer: ?? What took you so long? Most virgin brides do this within the first 10 years. Have fun, practice safe sex, and be discrete.
    56 answers · Marriage & Divorce · 2 weeks ago
  • Is this okay?

    I have four grandkids, three are under the age of 13 and my eldest is 18. I took them shopping today 'spoil' them today and I bought my three grandchildren some little treats but I let my oldest grandchild pay for her own things as I feel it teaches her responsibility. I do feel guilty as I spent money on... show more
    I have four grandkids, three are under the age of 13 and my eldest is 18. I took them shopping today 'spoil' them today and I bought my three grandchildren some little treats but I let my oldest grandchild pay for her own things as I feel it teaches her responsibility. I do feel guilty as I spent money on my three grandchildren and not my eldest, but do you think I did the right thing?
    54 answers · Family · 2 weeks ago
  • I got locked in my bedroom as a punishment for drinking alcohol, do you think this is fair ?

    Best answer: Boo-hoo, widdle baby. Any teenager should be allowed to get into the habit of drinking booze whenever they want. It's no worse than Coca-Cola . . . Seriously – Alcohol affects developing brains of teenagers more severely than it does adults. Aside from the easy slide into alcoholism, it changes your... show more
    Best answer: Boo-hoo, widdle baby. Any teenager should be allowed to get into the habit of drinking booze whenever they want. It's no worse than Coca-Cola . . .

    Seriously – Alcohol affects developing brains of teenagers more severely than it does adults. Aside from the easy slide into alcoholism, it changes your behavior, makes you crave drinks even when it's totally unwise, and distresses your folks.

    You're still a minor. Your parents have responsibility for your welfare. Even if it takes drastic punishment (which would be far worse than being confined to your room) to make you re-think your behavior, in their eyes it would be worth it.

    Actually give some thought to your essays, and don't just blow off that task. It's your chance to ponder which path you want to take – downward into becoming a useless drunken bum, or upward into a person who can accomplish something significant in life. If you keep telling yourself, "I can handle it," you may find yourself being escorted into a treatment center for a week or more, not just a weekend in your room.
    67 answers · Etiquette · 2 weeks ago