Dear abby dating advice

Her new love is only two years older than her oldest.

I am having a hard time accepting this and so are my grandkids.

Religionless Dude Dear Religionless: Would it be rude? Technically, the only enclosure with your invitation should be the RSVP card.

Feeling as strongly as your relatives do about religion, your families could feel confused or offended.

DEAR ABBY: I’m the mom of a 31-year-old daughter who recently broke up with her longtime boyfriend so she can be with a 17-year-old kid.

Dear Abby: I am considering putting aside some money for my granddaughter’s college education while I am able to do so. I just want a simple solution and need to know the best way to do it. Is setting up a private bank account just for her a good idea? Supportive Grandma in Arizona Dear Grandma: This is a question you should direct to your financial adviser or the manager of your bank.

The second, she’s a great secretary, and I would never want to do anything to upset her.

However, I do know I am in love, and I’m finding it harder to concentrate and wonder what to do, which is why I am writing to you. Dazed and Confused Dear Dazed: Harassment policies in the business world have become more stringent.

I want so badly to have this amazing relationship with him.

It really feels like I could grow old with him, and I'd be OK with it.

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