Q: Today my ex called me and was all upset because apparently everyone was trying to get a hold of her in the past couple of days. She was really sick and had her phone turned off because she didn't want to be bothered. Which is understandable.
Q: I’m a newly divorced woman and everyone is acting bizarre around me. All of my old female friends think I’m after their man, and old male friends suddenly believe I want them. I'm both flattered and hurt. First, I didn't think I was that good looking or appealing to anybody.
Q: My boyfriend and I have been together around eight months. At first I trusted him fully but now it seems like past relationship issues are creeping up on me and making me think I have a reason not to trust him.
Q: My girlfriend turns 18 soon and I’m 17. We had sex in her car and we didn’t use protection. Just to be safe I texted her and told her to use Plan B. She replied that she was getting it the next day. Well, I guess she fell asleep and her mom walked in and saw our texts.
Q: Two years ago I met this guy and I had an instant connection with him. We met at a New Year’s party that I was forced to go to as I was upset over my ex. When I got there he was the first person to greet me. I had seen him before and we both could never keep our eyes off each other.
Q: My boyfriend and I have been together eight months and we live together. We have been perfect since we got together, nothing but a few little nitpick arguments here and there. He has been perfectly open about his exes, more specifically the one he was on-and-off with for ten months.
Q: I've been talking to this guy for over three months and we recently started dating three weeks ago. When we’re together we play, joke, have fun, and cuddle but when we’re not together, I over react because he doesn't show me the same attention.