She Mail: Woman Has Disagreement With Boyfriend Over Social Media Relationship Status
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Here’s what our SheMailers and HeMail are asking this morning:
“My boyfriend and I have been together for just over 6 months, and about 3 months into our relationship I changed my relationship status on Facebook to “In a Relationship.” But his page still says “Single.” I confronted him about it and he says he has no intention of changing his status on social media because he doesn’t want “everyone on the internet to know his personal business.”
This seems like a total cop out to me. I feel like the real reason he won’t change his status is he doesn’t want certain girls that he is friends with to know that he is off the market. I am so upset about this but I don’t know how to address it without it ending in a breakup.
I know he isn’t cheating, but it feels like he is just biding his time until something better comes along. Am I blowing this out of proportion or am I right to be upset about this? I don’t know what to do! What would you do if this was your boyfriend?”
Not sure how to handle this but a coworker of mine who I have considered for a few years a really close friend has betrayed me. My husband and I are trying to work through some issues and keep our marriage together. Nothing infidelity based, just some other things with ways we have both changed over the years.
I confided in her with this info as she was someone I thought I could use as a sounding board. Well to my surprise last night while I was doing dishes my husband’s phone beeped with a text, and I went to take it to him only to see it was her. She was texting him asking how things were going, and if he needed anything to let her know. I didn’t confront him, I just put the phone back down.
I wanted to see how you thought I should handle it? Is she “Helping,” or is she trying to move in on my man? I’m lost and heart broken.
I have a 3 and a 5 year old. The 5 year old just lost her first tooth and the Tooth Fairy came and left her $1. Well apparently we are below the “average” because she came home asking “Mommy is our Tooth Fairy poor?” When I asked why she said her lil friends told her they all got $5 for their first tooth. WHAT? $5???? Did I miss something? I used to get a quarter and was happy.
Was thinking I should write a note to the Tooth Fairy and ask for a revisit. Thoughts?
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