Last year I was in a terrible relationship with Paula. She was cheating on me with Linda, who was a friend of both of ours. I thought something was going on, but every time I asked, Paula convincingly lied. I am always paying attention to how Kathy is with other girls. Like the way she looks at an attractive woman or when she is spending time with someone else.
You've had your suspicions. Maybe your normal sexual appetite is considered by your mate to be excessive, or your spouse doesn't want to have anything to do with you sexually and acts repulsed by sexual activity. Maybe your partner becomes more and more secretive and moody and you notice him or her looking at people of the same sex in a different way. As your world turns upside down, and as your partner comes out, you find yourself reeling. You feel alone, isolated and ashamed. Mixed orientation couples are those in which one member in a relationship is either gay, lesbian, bisexual, or transgendered.
Dear Mary: Should I warn this woman about my lying, cheating ex?
Beth thought her girlfriend Sue had been acting differently. Ever since Sue started spending more time with her friend Amanda, Beth had noticed a change in her behavior. But then they started calling and texting each other constantly.
I am writing you this letter because I'm concerned about a lady who is about to marry a man who is a liar, a cheat and is only with this lady because she has money. He asks some of his friends to send pictures of their private parts and tells them what he does in bed with this lady. He was told a number of years ago to stay away from kids because he asks them to urinate in front of him so he can look at them. Do you think this lady should find out the truth before it's too late or should I say nothing at all? Presumably you know somebody who knows this lady as you seem to be very familiar with what is going on between them.