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She Mail: Woman’s New Beau Has Gassy Problem

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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.

Here’s what our She Mailers are asking this morning:

Suzanne writes:

I’ve been in a dating dry spell for almost a year and I finally found a moan I really like spending time with. He’s handsome, funny, intelligent, and employed… and that last one is HARD TO COME BY!

The only thing is… he’s 15 years older than me.

I don’t personally have a problem with it, but my girlfriends think it’s really weird and it’s made going out to bars and brunch kind of awkward. (They make all these really uncomfortable jokes about how he looks like he could be my dad and stuff).

Anyway, do you think this is enough of a reason to stop dating him or should I just ignore them and keep being happy?

Patty writes:

Dear Julie!

Can you help me out on this one? I am a newly single mother of 3 and my husband is obsessive with what I am doing with my life. For the record he cheated on me, I divorced him and it’s been 6 months and I’ve stars to move on. The problem is he uses the kids to try to find out what I am doing with my life. If he “thinks” I might be seeing someone he  randomly shows up at the house unannounced and then says he wanted to surprise the kids for dinner. But then there are streaks where he’s MIA and doesn’t come around if he’s not suspicious of something.

What should I do? I hate that the kids think their dad wants more time with them, when really he wants to know what I am up to.


Shelly writes:

Julie… Julie… Julie…

So I don’t know how to bring this up with the guy I have been dating for the last month but we have a bit of a flatulence issue. The problem is that he tries to blame his sweet old dog, but it’s not. It’s him… It’s nonstop and for the longest time I believed him that it might be his poor puppy, but over the weekend I actually crashed at his place for the first time and I woke up to the rumbling of the bed and his dog was nowhere to be found. It was so bad I went to the couch and slept until right before he woke up I snuck back in the room.

What to do???

Check out the advice Julie had for 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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