CJ News & Views
Dear Ms. Meniscus, My girlfriend wants me to go see Mamma Mia with her. MAMMA MIA. What do I do?! -Really Scurred
Dear Ms. Meniscus, Why does my girlfriend get mad when I don't wash my clothes? -Confused in New Jersey
It seems so simple -- casting negativity away. But, as Dr. Laurie explains, if you can learn to do so, it's another means of reclaiming your life. Here's how.
Dear Ms. Meniscus, My boyfriend is studying abroad in Canada and I think he's cheating on me. What do I do? -- Frustrated in France
Dear Ms. Meniscus, Last week I met my girlfriend's family for the first time. And they hated me. What do I do? -- Depressed Down Under
Dear Ms. Meniscus, My boyfriend and I just celebrated our first anniversary -- that is, we were supposed to. However, instead of the romantic dinner I hoped for, we ordered take-out. Am I unreasonable to expect more? -Underwhelmed in the UK
As the tale explains, problems can unexpectedly overwhelm us. Dr. Laurie shows us how to prevent them from doing so.
Dear Ms. Meniscus, Ok so my ex boyfriend and I broke up 4 years ago.I still love him but he is in another relationship and seems happy. I still haven't moved on because I'm scared to get my heart broken again so I have my guard up! I mean I have hooked up with other guys but they just used me to have drunken sex with and that hurts me. What is wrong with me? Guys don't want to date me they just want to use me and I don't want that! I need advice! Is it me? Am I trying too hard? Help please?! -The Queen
Dear Ms. Meniscus, Hi, I am in a relationship with a man who is 20 years older than me. I love him very much and he shows me so much love and appreciation. There is nothing that I can complain about him. He is attentive and loving. Now, as I am feeling stronger for him, I begin feeling doubts. When he does not call me for a few hours, I feel he is out with someone else. He texts me sweet things but I want to call him but do not want to check up on him. Please help me. Should I be worried about anything? I feel all men cheat. Thanks. -Cindy
Dear Ms. Meniscus, I have been married for 20 years and my husband eats very loudly all the time. I have tried turning up the TV during dinner to block out the sound and I can still hear him chewing. I have turned on music and have even asked him to try and quiet his audible chewing. He does nothing to reduce his chewing noise and I'm ready to divorce him over it. What can I do? -Irritated Wife