My Sleep-Talking Uncle Asked My Daughter for Sex

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SLEEP-TALKING UNCLE ASKED MY DAUGHTER FOR SEX
Dear Willie D:

My mother's brother has been living with my seventeen-year-old daughter and I ever since he became ill. About a month ago my daughter was sleeping on a lounge chair in the living room across from the sofa that my uncle was sleeping on. I was in bed when I heard my daughter screaming at him. I rushed to see what was going on, and she told me that my uncle propositioned her for sex.

When I asked him about it he said he was talking in his sleep. The only problem was that my daughter said he was sitting up with his eyes wide open. I want to believe that he didn't consciously try to have sex with his own niece. But at the same time I know my daughter, and she is not a liar. I want to kick him out of my house, but conversely, what if he really was talking in his sleep? I don't know what to think.

For now my uncle is still living with me but being around him is very awkward. Should I give him a second chance or put him out?


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I Think I Might Be a Psychic

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NATURE VS. NURTURE
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Never in my life have I ever wanted kids. After growing up in an abusive household -- due to mental illness -- I always joked that the crazy genetics of my family would end right at my womb. I have worked extremely hard to get past growing up that way and live a normal life.

I was always terrified of having a child because I knew firsthand what a bad parent could do to a kid. In middle school, when other girls were figuring out what kind of clothes they like and that boys were cute, I was dealing with suicide attempts and trying to figure out how to leave my home for good. But now there is my man. We have been together for a long time and it is undeniable that he is going to be an amazing father. He is patient, creative and loving.

He makes me think about how much I want to raise a child with him, and together we could be the parents I never had. I often find myself daydreaming about it. But I feel like my genetics would be like dumping toxic waste onto a pristine landscape. People have been trying to study the nature versus nurture argument for decades, and I still don't think we have any definitive proof.


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My Son's Football Coach Punches and Kicks the Kids

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SON'S ABUSIVE COACH
Dear Willie D:

My son's football coach is a nutcase. He has slapped, punched and kicked many of his players. Yes, football is a tough sport, but under no circumstances should any kid -- especially a 13-year old -- be subjected to that type of abuse. He has also gotten into physical confrontations with several parents. When parents voice their concerns to school administrators, our complaints fall on deaf ears.

Their lack of followup has a lot to do with the fact that the team has won championships three out of the past four years. Although the coach has not put his hands on my son, he has cursed him. As a mother, I don't want anybody cursing at my child, but at the same time my son can be lazy and I don't want to get in the way of him doing what it takes to motivate him.

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I Had a Child With Another Man While My Boyfriend Was in Prison. Help!

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PEERS PRESSURING ME TO DRINK
Dear Willie D:

I'm an 18-year-old freshman in college. I went to a frat party and my new friends were trying to get me to drink. The more I said no, the more they tried to pressure me, but I stuck to my guns. Even though I had no intentions to drink and I kept telling them no, the pressure they put on me almost made me cave in. After you hear, "Come on just one shot," "Do it for the team" or "To friends" for the millionth time it becomes taxing.

How do I enjoy my college experience when the best part about college is the parties, and the worst part about the parties is people pressuring me to drink alcohol when I don't want to?

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She Likes Rough Sex and It Scares Me. Help!

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I'M A MAKEUP JUNKIE
Dear Willie D:

I started wearing makeup when I was 12 years old and have been glopping the stuff on ever since. I started when I got my first five pimples, which came at the same time. I couldn't stand looking at them, so I covered my face with makeup to hide them. I couldn't walk out the house without makeup. Later I wore makeup to look older so the older guys would like me. Now that I'm in my late thirties, I wear makeup to conceal the little small imperfections of aging.

I hate having to rely on makeup. I can't count the times I've been late for events or almost had a wreck because I was applying it in my car while driving. I'm so used to wearing makeup that if I go to the Subway sandwich restaurant two minutes from my house I have to have on lip gloss, eyeliner, foundation the whole works. I'm sick of falling asleep with my makeup on and waking up to smeared pillowcases because I didn't want to spend the time taking off my makeup before I got into bed.

For a long time I wore it because it made me feel confident. I'm over that stage now, but I still can't stop caking my face with that crap. My boyfriend has told me that I look better without makeup but it's hard to change a habit that I've been living with for over 25 years. How do I end this messy addiction?

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I'm a Secretly Pregnant Junior in High School

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MAMA'S BOY OR GOOD SON?
Dear Willie D:

I'm a single 34-year-old man with no kids. I haven't had a relationship in a while. I work two jobs to help my mother, who had been working for the newspaper for twentysomething years. They laid her off in 2005, now she has a new job but it doesn't pay well. She couldn't pay her mortgage and utilities by herself so I stepped in to help her out.

To save money I decided to move back in with my mom but people view this as a negative thing. I mean, it's not like I'm sitting at home doing nothing and making babies like a lot of mama's boys do. I really want to have a relationship with a lady but it seems I can't because of my situation. What can I do?

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I Allow My 8-Year-Old To Drink Alcohol. Help!

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I ALLOW MY 8-YEAR OLD TO DRINK ALCOHOL
I hosted dinner at my house to celebrate my 8-year old son's first place finish in a track competition. He had never competed in any sport before hence this was a pretty big deal. His father and I wanted him to feel special so we allowed him to have a glass of red wine. That gesture touched off a heated exchange between my mother and me. She was livid that I thought it was appropriate to serve a child alcohol even though it was watered down.

The dinner turned out to be a dud and I didn't speak to my mom for a month. She argued that alcohol effects young children's hormones and stunts growth. I inadvertently blurted out that when I was growing up, sometimes my friend's mother served us alcohol at dinner and we were just 10-years old. It didn't stunt our growth and we didn't become alcoholics.

That opened up a whole new can of worms because my mother confronted my friend's mother - who she's been friend's with for over 30-years -and now they don't speak at all. I would like to get an objective opinion on this issue. At what age is it appropriate to allow your kids to drink alcohol?


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My Man's Junk Is Just Too Big. Help!

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DO I CHOOSE THE ONE I LOVE OR THE ONE WHO LOVES ME?
Dear Willie D:

A while back you put up a post on Facebook asking, "Do you choose the one you love or the one who loves you?" I believe that was a Glen Frey song, by the way. Anyway, man, I'm dealing with something like that right now. The one who loves me really loves me and I'd love to make it work with her because I know she'll be loyal, but I just can't quite get that spark to start that engine.

On the other hand, the one I love doesn't give me the time of day; well, she used too, but lately she has become very distant. I'm not sure if it's on purpose or whatever, but I got the feeling she could care less if I exist or not. If you get a minute I'd love your take on this. Thanks, homey!


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The Man I've Been Seeing Online Doesn't Know I'm a Man. Help!

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NO JOB, NO COMMITMENT
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I've been seeing this guy I met through mutual friends for about a year now. We're sort of undercover -- none of our friends know about us. We go out, have a great time, and spend a good amount of time together, but when I bring up taking things to the next level he says he's not ready for a commitment. It's safe to say I've developed real feelings for him.

Recently I asked him again to commit and demanded a real reason why he couldn't, and he said he can't have a girlfriend right now because he doesn't have a stable job. I tried to tell him that wasn't important to me but he insists that it's important to him. But now I'm starting to think maybe he's using me or worse, he's embarrassed of me. What do you think?


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I'm Going Broke Dating My Lady. Help!

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SHE KNOWS I'M NOT RICH, SO WHY DOES SHE ACT LIKE I AM?
Dear Willie D:

I've been with my girlfriend for a few months. Things are mostly really good in the relationship except one thing: we argue about money occasionally. I'm divorced with kids, and have been struggling just to make mortgage payments since I no longer have a spouse's income to help with the bills. My girlfriend makes more than I do and doesn't have kids to support, and she's aware I have a lot more expenses than she does.

At first we took turns paying for dates, but lately I'm picking up the tab more often than not. It came to a head recently when she offered to pay half the hotel bill for a weekend trip that was my idea. I accepted her offer, but later she let me know she was pissed. I ended up paying for it and just about everything else on the trip, and she was happy.

She is an independent woman in a lot of ways, but she wants to be taken care of. I think it's comforting and makes her feel secure. I'm kind of old-fashioned myself and ideally I'd be reaching for the check every time. But I'm living check-to-check myself and there's no promotion in sight anytime soon. She's cool with staying in and us cooking at one of our places some nights, but other times she'll say she'd rather go out and I usually pay even when it's her idea.

I don't want to be a cheapskate, but I don't want to shortchange my kids because I had to pay for dinner, a movie or concert, drinks at the club and brunch the next day. What do you think about my situation?


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