May 26, 2020

Frankly Fanny by Herself

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Dear Frankly:
I’ve been divorced from my ex-wife for nearly twelve years. Over the last five years or so, I have grown fond of, and enjoy the relationship I have formed with her cousin. We are very much in love, but, she feels uncomfortable because we are still cousins by my previous marriage and she is still related to my children. I am too emotionally invested to just be friends with her. I am in love. Am I doing the right thing by pursuing this affair?
     Stumped Steven

Dear Stumped:
Love is love. If you were in the deep south, your relationship with this woman, even if she was your first cousin, would be encouraged, if not arranged. So, if she feels the same way towards you as you towards her, get it on and let your ex-wife’s side of the family get over it.

Dear Frankly:
I dated this guy for only a week and we really clicked. Then there was a misunderstanding. A friend told me lies about him and I freaked out. I scared him off. I tried to mend things with e-mails, a few phone calls, etc. He responds and he’s nice about it, but he doesn’t make any effort to take it further. I know he likes me, but he was hurt. I cannot stop thinking about him, and I feel like I am chasing him. What should I do?
Discombobulated Donna

Dear Discombobulated:
I dated this  for a week? Give me a break. Even if you stayed with him every minute of every day for the week, you still wouldn’t have a clue as to who this guy is. Stop thinking about him and stop chasing him. Try dating another guy for a week and see what happens.

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