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DEAR AMY: My stepdaughter died last week from cancer.
Her husband invited his family and friends to the funeral. I left the room when they said goodbye to their daughter; I wanted to give them their space.
She just put on her facebook how it will be a REALLY LONG TIME before she is ready for a relationship.
ha ha Since that post about a month ago she has been with 4 guys that I know of.
DEAR AMY: I’m confused at your labeling “Still Shocked” as “modest and conservative” because she objected to “Rhonda” displaying her breasts at a public dinner table. Readers may send postal mail to Amy Dickinson, c/o Tribune Content Agency, LLC., 16650 Westgrove Dr., Suite 175, Addison, TX 75001.
You don’t have to be modest or conservative to know what’s appropriate in a public setting with people you don’t even know. You can also follow her on Twitter @askingamy or “like” her on Facebook.
Main problem with her is she spends too much time posting on Topix. and then ur gonna get a background check on your new squeez from the topix post? We got your high circles right here in our plain white fruit of the looms. Blaming everything on the fact that you make poor decisions is just pitiful....a great life if you ....you..... The only difference is I dont worry myself with sweaping everyone els's back porch I have enough to worry about without troubling myself with all of you You poor thing...that what you want to hear? In a few months my stepdaughter’s husband wants to bring her cremains to our land to be buried under a small tree. I am an introvert, so I am also freaking out about all of my husband’s family also coming here.He wants to invite all of his family (50 people, at least), and invite my husband’s ex, too. I have been taking medication for anxiety already, due to my stepdaughter’s suffering and death.
Another modern concept, “bread-crumbing” is the despicable practice of basically messing with someone by throwing down little bread crumbs of (digital) interest, without ever consummating an actual “meet.” Just as modern life makes it easy to connect, it is also easier to disconnect, with few consequences.