Life & Love

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Dear E. Jean: It’s hard to believe, but I think my husband is trying to poison me. Part of me worries that I’m paranoid and may be imagining it, but the facts present a different story. I suspect he’s putting something in my coffee. I notice it smells funny, and when I drink it, my
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Dear E. Jean: It’s 2:30 a.m. I’m packing and moving out of my boyfriend’s house. Here’s what happened: I found a strange e-mail on his computer from a woman about “meeting up.” So I googled her funny-sounding name. I thought it was a hair salon or something. It was a prostitute at an escort service.
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Dear E. Jean: You answered my plea for help years ago, and as a result, I’m still married—and gladly so. Now my husband and I have been wed nearly 11 years, with kids, jobs, anxieties, etc. We’re both in good shape, although not as lovely as we were when we were younger. The problem is
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Nov 26, 2017 For three days during a humid stretch of July in Newton, North Carolina, cars lined up along the dirt road outside the home of Deloy and Kate Oberlin. Musicians and farmers and doctors came, and friends and family and neighbors. They showed up with their hands full. They carried homemade chicken potpie
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Joe and I met when my daughter, Julie, was in junior high. He was her drama teacher. I came home after a parent-teacher conference and said to her, “So what can you tell me about this Joe guy?” He was very bright, very funny, very tuned in to the kids. I’d gotten divorced from Julie’s
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Melissa and I found ourselves alone together at her apartment for the first time last December, during that eerie limbo between the presidential election and inauguration. Until I worked up the nerve to kiss her, near dawn, it hadn’t been clear that we’d been on a date that night, or what exactly we’d been doing
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It’s the week when we all go home again. And unless you’re doing Thanksgiving with the friend-family of your choosing, where everyone more or less agrees, part of this week will be spent navigating uncomfortable conversations. “No politics at the table,” right? Easy rule, learned in childhood, enforced as an adult. But what exactly are
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Across various industries and worlds, there’s a goal that’s easily translatable: to excel. Great achievement—won through dedicated work and a determination to improve—has been associated with Rolex for generations, making the brand’s collaboration with ambassadors from a range of fields feel right. In an ongoing partnership with Rolex, we explore the journeys of these exceptional
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Six years ago, when I started my company, FinePoint, I could never have predicted what it would become. What began as a way to avoid another desk job morphed into a PR shop, and then something quite different — and much bigger. There’s really no vocabulary to talk positively about professional accomplishment. I never thought