Life & Love

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Dear E. Jean: My new boyfriend could not be more perfect on paper. He’s a 35-year-old physician, has no kids, has never been married, loves antiques shopping, baking cheesecakes, and pulling off the most elaborate romantic dates (when we missed a meteor shower one night, he actually lit fireworks over the house). He is really
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Dear E. Jean: My mother is an attractive, interesting woman who reads ELLE and The Economist, dresses fashionably, and maintains a petite size 2 frame. Recently, I found out that my 39-year-old husband (of 14 years) has been having sex with her when he attends conferences at the resort near where she lives. When he
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Dear E. Jean: I’m 28 and I think I may be addicted to my vibrator. It provides bliss 10 or 11 times in a single hour; but a man? It takes forever. I’m concerned on several levels: Is it blocking my ability to have meaningful relationships with guys? And my own body—am I burning it
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Dear E. Jean: I am in one helluva predicament! About a year and a half ago, I was hit in the face by a tennis ball, and it created a permanent lump on the tip of my nose, making it look wider and uneven. Most people didn’t notice, but it really bothered me, so about
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Dear E. Jean: Three months ago, my handsome fiancé walked away from his high-paying career. I’m trying to plan our wedding, but most of my wedding fund is going toward supporting him while he’s out with friends playing golf! He’s a wonderful man—I’m just so confused! E. Jean: A man paid to play golf by
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Dear E. Jean: I’m engaged to the sweetest, nicest, most wonderful guy who worships me. But I always saw him as my backup plan. Now that we’re living together I panic every time I think about setting the wedding date. I just turned 30 and my family is worried I’ll lose my youth and looks
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