November 17, 2018

Frankly Fanny by Herself

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Dear Frankly:
I have read many of your advice columns throughout the years. You often offer confusing and conflicting advice regarding life-long commitment. I am a 31-year-old male who has never been married. If I followed some people’s advice I would still be a virgin and never have had an emotionally significant relationship with a woman. More and more people today are postponing marriage. Does this mean they should not have significant relationships or sex?
Disturbed Donnie

Dear Disturbed:
I would never deny anyone of pursuing a healthy relationship that included making love. Casual sex is one thing, but meaningful relationships should be cherished. My fifth husband accepted the fact that I’d been active with previous husbands. He appreciated my experience.

 

Dear Frankly:
I am currently involved with a woman and love her very much. We have been monogamous for more than a year now. We see each other every weekend and sometimes during the week. We go out with my friends and her friends and always have a great time. Our friends always comment on how well matched we are. We have even talked marriage. But, recently I have begun to have feelings for her best friend. She has been flirting with me also. What do I do?
Conflicted Carl

Dear Conflicted:
You go from marriage talks to having feelings for your true love’s best friend? Cad, bottom feeder, dog are a few of the words that come to mind that are fit for print. What happens when you meet the best friend’s prettier sister? My guess is you’ll rise to the occasion.

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