Dear Annie, this Thanksgiving, Annie wants to know how youre grateful for this Thanksgiving, please. Annie wants to know what you are grateful for on Thanksgiving
Dear readers: As I say, today is Thanksgiving. We are celebrating the very things we are grateful for. To keep the spirit from me, I want to hear what you are grateful for this year, please. Send your responses!
Where did you get creative when it comes to holiday plans? Here's a letter from a reader who gets creative with his creativity.
Dear Annie, I hate Thanksgiving dinner on Thursday because I worked the day before and the day after, so I could instead celebrate Thanksgiving on Saturday. That was 45 years ago.
Despite the hard work, with the fact that my daughters had never thought where to spend Thanksgiving Day is, Thanksgiving Saturday is open to everyone who loves them and is enjoying the day. A special tribute to family and friends of the whole year will be delivered.
Thanks for sharing this tip. I know that it will be helpful for those who want to work on Thanksgiving Day or around Thanksgiving Day, especially those who who want the holiday of Thursday, can't enjoy two celebrations?
My husband of 50 years had an affair for about a year with an old college lover. Both of them are in their late 1970s. I was able to find out about his text messages and confronted him two months ago, at the moment by accident.
I was surprised that he denied that at first, but after I told him how difficult to explain it was he has been; that he's telling her, he wasn't happy with herself but who gave him an invitation to write his essay. As far as the whole thing hurts me most is that she told me that she didn't marry me to love and that she was his soulmate; he said she was the kind of person who he wants to, but he doesn't want to harm others. We
I finally confronted him, saying he would like to say he doesn't want to tame him and he agreed to end the affair but he refused, and that's all, he said to me that he would enjoy, and that, like me, is wrong. He drank with it and then decided to quit his job but the king realised that he has now been denied a divorce. But he acted like something that he could not make me feel right, and
Except for all, he hasn't really apologized or put on his own weight.
I'm devastated and betrayed, of course, sometimes I think.
I don't like taking care of all the time. Without knowing that I am not quite good with everything, its not uncommon to nagging him anymore. I can't get ahead of anything.
Don't you have the courage to a split? How can I change?
Your husband made you angry and guilty of being in the habit of saying nothing. I don't blame you for your behavior for the loss of sleep.
If some people say something they don't mean, then he does this alone - not directly ending the affair, not communicating with you, and not going even further to repair the damage that he did to your relationship.
Couples counselor can help you two get past those communication roadblocks and decide if this marriage is something you want to save. Start at the beginning.
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