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She Mail: Woman Shocked To Discover Father’s Affair

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Julie Fisk is here to help. If you’ve need advice or want us to hash out a problem on the air for you, let Julie share some of her wisdom. Check out the letters that we got this morning!

Carla writes:

I need to know how to handle my daughter’s friend’s mom. My 8-year-old plays on a soccer team, and her friend Shannon’s mom is that “My Daughter Is The Best” type of mom. Shannon is GREAT, my problem is my daughter stayed the night over the weekend and came home and I could tell something was wrong. Finally after prying for a few hours she broke down and said “Shannon’s mom said I need a lot of work if I want to be as good as Shannon.” WTH? Who says this to an 8-year-old? For the record, Shannon is captain of the team and my daughter Candice is co-captain. What do I tell this crazy B?

Jill writes:

My husband’s best friend is the most annoying, egocentric, stuff doesn’t stink DB on the face of the Earth. We have been married for 5 years and dated for 5 prior to that and all went to the same college. I never really had to worry about him much cause he lived in CA. Well, he just accepted a job here in Dallas and is now moving here. I couldn’t stand him in college, hated we “had to” invite him to the wedding and am now dreading the fact he’s going to be within driving distance. How do I tell my husband there has to be boundaries. He’s just rude, thinks women belong in the kitchen, barefoot and pregnant and I’m just sick he’s moving here.

HELP!

Maddie writes:

I’m a 35 year old, happily married mother of 2. I grew up in a home that always seemed littered by turmoil between mom and dad. Well it seemed once my brother and I left home things got better. They are now in their 60’s and I found out the other day that my dad is having an affair. My friend was at a cafe and saw who she thought was my dad holding hands and kissing a woman that was not my mother. Confused she took a picture and sent it to me and yes, it was my father but the woman was not my mother. How do I even handle this? I hate my kids might have to see their grandparents go through this and I personally want to knock some sense into my father. Crying and disgusted and need your help!

Here’s what Julie had to say about this morning’s She Mail questions.

Remember, if you ever need help or just want us to hash out your problem on the air, contact us at: KVILShemail@gmail.com.

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