To compensate, she dotes on her friends’ children, especially my daughter “Alexandra.” Our other friends think Elaine is amazing—she’ll happily babysit, brings back gifts when she travels for work, invites us to go to children’s plays with her—but her actions have always seemed desperate to me. Q. I just noticed that you used the word "empathetic." • Call the voicemail of the Dear Prudence podcast at 401-371-DEAR (3327) to hear your question answered on a future episode of the show. My husband wants me to dress up during sex — as a woman we both know. You are entirely in the wrong! Have you noticed that almost no one uses "reticent" correctly anymore? You asked him to stick to getting dressed in your bathroom, reminding him that your daughter—a victim of molestation—also got up early, and yet several weeks later, despite knowing and agreeing to all of this, your husband did it again. She is also Slate's Human Guinea Pig, a contributor to the XX Factor blog, and the author of What the Dog Did: Tales From a Formerly Reluctant Dog Owner. “Hey, it’s clear that this hits a really deep nerve for you, but I’m not sure why you keep bringing up your height and insisting that you’re 6 feet tall. Dear Prudence, My daughter-in-law enjoys knitting and crocheting. I feel lied to and betrayed—why is he so insecure about his height? And of course "disinterested" has come to mean "uninterested." Now you find out that he has continued doing the exact same thing for years, that your daughter has been profoundly bothered by it on multiple occasions, and that he’s been keeping this from you—and your plan is to let her take the lead on this conversation? I own neither BBC "Sherlock" nor the "Dear Prudence" advice column. It is not Dear Prudence, IMO, it is just a spar of phrasing that the band got held up in like web. This is a heartache for me, though it is actually my daughter's problem. Help! I’m worried you’ll run off with her.” Elaine was embarrassed, at least, and left the party with her husband shortly afterward. Be a shoulder for your daughter, and let's hope she decides the best course for herself and the children. She’s planning to confront him the next time she goes to her psychologist, but is there anything else I should do in the meantime or afterward?—My Husband Forgets We Have Kids in the House. Two years ago, I caught him walking through the house naked. His company (which pays the bills) uses a particular caterer with whom I do not get along. and I’m a second-class grandmother is your response to Please hang out and read a book in the hallway while Julia is crowning. The one who has my dander up--pardon the animal metaphor--is a man named David Duffield from my hometown, San Francisco. The column was initiated on 20 December 1997. This online community doesn’t exist to “discuss the obese people in [y]our lives,” it exists to spy on, record, and mock them. If your husband-to-be isn’t willing to help you set a boundary with his mother, if he’s not willing to see a counselor with you about this, if he’s not committed to making sure his mother doesn’t dominate your marriage like she’s dominating your wedding, then please don’t marry him. If he later decides he wants to try college, the money will still be there—you’re not taking anything away from him or trying to stop him from working instead. Emily Yoffe -- a.k.a. I see marriage in our future, as we’re both almost 40—but this needs to be settled first. This is an enormous problem, not because of the dress, but because of what it suggests about the dynamic you’re going to have to deal with if you go through with the wedding and marry this man. You clearly resent her for wanting something she doesn’t have, for reminding you that life is sometimes chaotic and desires often go unfulfilled. "Prudence" was a pseudonym, and the author's true identity was not revealed at the time. He got agitated and said yes. Granted, he was 20 or 30 feet away, but his behavior is downright creepy. And to close down the catering lady, make it a point to tell her that you have decided to defer to her professional experience. We apologize, but this video has failed to load. My husband gets up early in the morning. If I were Shannon, I wouldn’t have brought it up at work because I’d be too embarrassed, but she mentioned it in the break room. "Prudence" was a pseudonym, and the author's true identity was not revealed at the time. While Prudie knows that animal lovers are a fiercely loyal lot (and vociferous too), there is no recourse from these monetary gifts to fur-bearing recipients. Slate is published by The Slate Group, a Graham Holdings Company. You are going to get to see your grandchild the day they are born. Dear Prudence: Our nanny is gorgeous and scantily clad — am I right to be worried and ask her to cover up? How to ask for an open relationship: I’ve been with my wife for eight years, married for three, and we recently had a baby. A little over a year and a half ago, I met a woman who totally changed my perspective on life. If you don’t want to spend time with Elaine because the simple fact of her desire makes you feel guilty about your own life, that’s not on Elaine, and it’s incumbent on you to take responsibility for your feelings and actions. When we separated my ex and I agreed we would see other people, and I dated several women casually. I cannot bring myself to speak to Julia. You took a picture of your co-worker at the office without her knowledge or consent and posted it online for a group of strangers to tear down her appearance. It seems that only psychologists know that the word is "empathically," not "empathetically," as used in David Edelstein's review of Unmade Beds. We have a college fund for him and are paying for his car. Prudie is taking the week off, so this week’s column recaps some of our favorite letters from 2018—the dilemmas that most stirred your hearts and provoked your outrage. My husband wants me to drop the whole thing and pretend like it never happened. Dear Prudence: My Husband Is Contemplating Ruining Our Lives By Going To Law School Dear Prudence sets the record straight for the wife of a future law student when it … My husband's business requires us to entertain at home quite a bit. Dear Prudence, On a scale of 1 to 10, my problem is maybe a 1.5, but it's a problem nonetheless. Take, for example, last Tuesday's "Dear Prudence" advice column on Slate.A 32-year-old woman discovers that her husband has been having an affair and wonders whether to confront him. Slate is published by The Slate Group, a Graham Holdings Company. Instead, I want to ask her if I can open the relationship. Please indicate how you wish your letter to be signed, preferably including your location. Over time, one of those became more serious, to the point where we have been dating for almost a year and are now essentially exclusive. Dear Prudence, At my office job, clients recently came in for a big meeting that included my boss. —Prudie editors. Whether she got the yarn with the gift card you gave her or spent her own money is beside the point; you’re acting as if she re-gifted something when that clearly wasn’t the case. Alas, people helping in the house are always in a position to carry tales outside. Prudie, I don’t like the idea of moving on as if nothing happened.—The Gift We Gave Ourselves. A: Oh, dear. Like Dear Prudence on Facebook slate.com — Dear Prudence By Dan Kois and Danny M. Lavery Dec 10, 20205:59 AM This week, Danny M. Lavery and Slate writer and editor Dan Kois discuss a Prudie letter: the covert consumer. For her birthday, my husband and I gave her a generous gift card to a local yarn store, for which she thanked us and seemed very pleased. The struggle for you, I think, will be to let your son make his own decisions without trying to either shield him from consequences or steer him into choosing what you want for him. Thirty to 50 times a day. Nothing is being taken from you. She's dying of a terminal illness -- she has six to eight months to live -- and her husband has been a tremendous source of support to her. This is something that you need to talk about with him now. It’s difficult to admit when one’s been wrong, but there’s nothing quite so clarifying as figuring out how to do better. She’s 16 and traumatized, and you’re her parent. It’s fine if you like to give expensive presents—and can afford to do so—but that’s not the only way to show someone that you care. I am at my wits’ end. I have been afraid to bring it up, but this is really bugging me. Can you live with the kind of marriage where your husband’s response to 50 daily phone calls from his mother is “no big deal”? ***The chapter count is rising! Whether or not she accepts it is outside of your control, but you owe it to her nevertheless. You threw the most painful reality of Elaine’s life—that she wants children, doesn’t have any, and dotes on her friends’ children to fill that void—into her face, in front of all of your friends and your daughter at a party. There are children. Then comes Airto and his passionate percussion and catterwall, howl and grunts. I’m considering writing her a letter directly explaining why this was an improper gift and expressing my sadness that her own parents didn’t teach her gift etiquette. What about HOMELESS PEOPLE? Your friends have hinted that you are being unkind because you have been unkind. She knows something is wrong, but I’m not sure how to tell her how I feel. As a mother herself, Prudie hopes you can disengage on a gut level from your daughter's difficult situation and that you can achieve some peace of mind knowing that adults get to make their own decisions about their lives. Dear Prudence, I am 40 years old and until recently a single father. Drawing upon her rich experience of life, Prudence (Prudie to her friends) responds to questions about manners, personal relations, politics, and other subjects. This is not about you. Fast-forward to now, she has been calling me every single day. An edited transcript of the chat is below. That’s your job. Good luck, and just remember this: Using caterers may have a few attendant problems, but it beats cooking. Prudence is joined this week by Max Jacobs, a radio and podcast producer based in New York. How can I get them to see how unfair and cruel their decision is? I didn’t use my main account to post the picture, but someone could potentially identify me. I’m not sure the things you want—to inform your wife you’re no longer attracted to her, nor in love with her, that you think of her as a sister, that you’d be totally cool if she decided to get a boyfriend, that you’d like to sleep with other people, and to keep from hurting her feelings—are compatible or even possible. A: This is not a situation where you need much of a strategy beyond “acknowledging reality.” Talk to your boyfriend. Emily Yoffe -- a.k.a. Additionally, through some kind of family osmosis, children pick up that a parent is a philanderer, and this, in turn, gives an unspoken OK to such behavior. Dear Prudence is great and anyone who says otherwise is usually A) overreacting in the face of a single answer they found “crazy” or B) has no ability to settle in with and enjoy a conversation. Send me updates about Slate special offers. DEAR CAROLYN: I’m leaving my job to head to graduate school, and at my goodbye party, a group of my superiors chipped in and gave me $500. Where will it all end? A mother-in-law believed to be from the US who wrote to The Slate's Dear Prudence to complain about a handmade gift from her daughter-in-law has been branded a 'monster' on Twitter. My husband's business requires us to entertain at home quite a bit. By Zak Cheney-Rice. A: You can’t! He said it was OK since no one was awake yet. *** (See the end of the work for more notes.) So we’re considering cashing in the college fund so he can pay off his car and get started. Sign up now to listen and support our work.The King was an animatronic lounge singer who performed in Chuck E. Cheese locations in the 1980's and early 90's, but then he disappeared. She's dying of a terminal illness -- she has six to eight months to live -- and her husband has been a tremendous source of support to her. I’m being treated like a second-class grandmother even though I’ve never been anything but supportive and helpful. to save up for an apartment to smoke weed in. When I talked to him about the situation, he again said he’d get dressed in the bathroom. The fact that you didn’t upload the picture at work is not the mitigating detail you seem to think it is. I'm wondering if your mother is the kind of person who is chronically unhappy with her current circumstances. It’s not hard to throw on a shirt and a pair of shorts before walking through the house, it’s been made clear to him that casual adult nudity is not a normal part of your household routine, and the sheer repetition and secrecy around this behavior suggests that it’s more than mere carelessness. I am disgusted and wonder what you think of this. This is an enormous red flag, and you absolutely have to pay attention to it. He is 17, is about to graduate high school, and likes to smoke pot, which is illegal in my state. Oct. 24, 2014. Please try again. It is likely that you and your daughter have discussed this, but the next time it comes up you might point out that tomcat habits are not likely to change and, further, that children are not benefited by having tense and angry parents. Sometimes, it seems like I made a casual comment that Elaine took too seriously. Garcia Live Volume One (2013) June 26, 1981, Warfield Theatre, San Francisco, CA (2013) Garcia Live Volume Two (2013) Slate Plus members get extra questions, Prudie Uncensored with Nicole Cliffe, and full-length podcast episodes every week. • Send questions for publication to firstname.lastname@example.org. Join Slate Plus to continue reading, and you’ll get unlimited access to all our work—and support Slate’s independent journalism. D/A D/C D/B D/Bb D/A D/C D/B D/Bb Dear Prudence, open up your eyes D/A D/C D/B D/Bb D/A D/C D/B D/Bb Dear Prudence, see the sunny skies D/A D/C D/B D/Bb The wind is low, the birds will sing that you are part of everything D D/C C G D Dsus4 D5 Dsus4 Dear Prudence won't you open up you I’ve tried to reason with Steven, but he seems to be afraid of angering Julia and will not help. For her birthday, my husband and I gave her a generous gift card to a local yarn … Emily Yoffe, aka Dear Prudence, is on Washingtonpost.com weekly to chat with readers about their romantic, family, financial, and workplace problems. He says that I should just wear the dress for the ceremony and then change into my own dress for pictures at the end. Queries should not exceed 200 words in length. Now it's looking like 12 chapters and an epilogue. Submit your questions and comments here before or during the live discussion. Oh, how sharper than a servant's tooth. This … We’ve been together for more than five years, and our relationship is still great. We’re getting close to when he wants to move out, and I really don’t want the liability of a car in my name being driven around by him or his friends with pot or paraphernalia in it.—Hard Line? Get More Prudie! My fiancé is no help. Let it go, apologize for your churlishness, and take yourself shopping if you want a pricey gift this year. What’s going on?” If he wants to talk about his feelings about his height with you, that’s going to be a lot more useful to him than pretending he’s 4 inches taller for the rest of his life. Rather than wait to be identified, since you already know that’s likely to happen, spare Shannon the further agony of wondering who did this to her and tell HR that you’re the one who did it. The catch? I own neither BBC "Sherlock" nor the "Dear Prudence" advice column. All contents © 2020 The Slate Group LLC. You made this a work issue, because now Shannon is wondering which of her co-workers she can no longer trust. Begging me to wear her dress and end the feud. Share. On our first date, I asked him [if he is] really 6 feet. Our Shows. Your daughter-in-law and your son are drawing a totally appropriate boundary, and you need to stop trying to argue with them about it. Be polite when … Slate has unearthed … On the other hand, I feel like a crap parent for making it hard on him, and I don’t want illegal drugs in my home. He takes so much pride in being tall. If people find out I did this, they’ll hate me. Prudie thinks the old adage is true: Money doesn't care who has it. He wants to call me her name and for me to wear a very particular kind of clothing she wears. Q. It's looking as though advice columnist extraordinaire "Dear… 'Dear Prudence' Just Gave the Most Offensive Advice Imaginable to a Bisexual Woman. You are not being snubbed. She is married to a womanizing louse who takes no particular pains to cover his tracks. Dan Kois: Well! *** (See the end of the work for more notes.) Apparently, that was not the end of it. Mental Health News Radio; The Actor's Nightmare; Addiction, Freedom & Faith Podcast While you will find "empathetic" in some dictionaries, that is only because so many people have (mis)used it, thinking if it is sympathy/sympathetic it must be empathy/empathetic. With Christmas and New Year's coming up, we will be seeing more of her than ever. San Francisco, come see Dear Prudence live for the first time! Dear Prudence,Several years ago, our daughter, now 16, was fondled by an older cousin. He wants to move out and live on his own when he is 18—he says his goals are to just “work and smoke pot.”. She is my best friend, and I love her like a sister. I've seen many articles and stuff taken down because it is a link. Seriously, how hard is it to either screenshot or copy paste and leave the link. I joked, “I don’t know. Dear Prudence is Slate's advice column, where Danny M. Lavery responds to your questions about relationships at home, work, and beyond. They have been married for 11 years, and "the trouble" was apparent soon after they married. Recently I snapped a picture of my co-worker “Shannon” and shared it in an online community where we discuss the obese people in our lives. You owe her a sincere apology. I called Julia’s parents and asked them to please reason with their daughter, but they brusquely and rather rudely got off the phone. Other people’s children: My good friend “Elaine” can’t have children of her own. You shouldn’t! A: Oh, my God. All rights reserved. By joining Slate Plus you support our work and get exclusive content. You will get to be in your grandchild’s life for as long as you live. I do not need this aggravation, Prudie, and fear she is harming my reputation. Please send your questions for publication to email@example.com. Do not rob this moment of its joy by keeping score and demanding more. Whatever you ultimately decide to share with her, I think you should be realistic about the odds that your confession will result in a divorce, whether you want it to or not. On at least two other occasions, she came down to use the bathroom and saw him. The “Dear Prudence, won’t you come out to play. Frankly, I can see why they don’t want you in the room, if But I was a nurse! The decision must be hers. Thank you. Dear Prudence, I was fired from my job six months ago, along with four of my co-workers. This started as a series of Tumblr ficlets; I'll post a new letter every day for 10 days. You say she “knows something is wrong,” which suggests that she does not “love you like a brother” and has also fallen out of romantic love with you, and that she is not likely to be excited at the prospect of starting an open relationship together. You still have time to salvage this relationship—don’t die on this hill. Dear Prudence, follow rule #3. Everything has been going wonderfully, the only snag in the whole proceedings has been the wedding dress. But to be pragmatic, here are your options. A mother-in-law believed to be from the US who wrote to The Slate's Dear Prudence to complain about a handmade gift from her daughter-in-law has been branded a 'monster' on Twitter. This past December, between his work and holiday money, he spent about $500 on pot. Always bragging to our friends and acquaintances, commenting how he won’t fit in that car, asking if I need help getting something off the top shelf. We encountered an issue signing you up. Dear Prudence: Help! You received a thoughtful gift that cost more time than money. Dear Prudence: Our nanny is gorgeous and scantily clad — am I right to be worried and ask her to cover up? When the doctor read off his height I thought I saw his eyes start to swell up. Share / Oct 17, 2012 at 1:35 PM. She has every right to plan ahead for just how many people she wants to be in the room for that. Daniel Mallory Ortberg and Nicole Cliffe will return next week to discuss a letter—only for Slate Plus members. Now I’m worried I might have ruined my personal and professional life. Dear Prudence sets the record straight for the wife of a future law student when it comes to student debt and entry-level jobs. I say this in the hopes that, after the initial flush of indignation fades, you will be braced and supported by the realization that you have been acting badly and that you need to change. All rights reserved. Of course if we open it, I’d be happy to let her date as well. A: Apologize to her. The one thing I can’t force myself to do is feel that badly. It is so unfair. If someone gives you a present you don’t like, you smile and say, “Thanks, how thoughtful,” and then stash it in the back of your closet. I think the better option is to figure out how you’re going to stop paying your son’s expenses once he turns 18 and set up a clear plan for turning over financial obligations like car payments. Use the pain of the present moment as motivation to behave differently in the future. You humiliated her because she asked to hold your baby. You’ve known for at least two years that he has a habit of wandering through the house naked early in the morning. We apologize, but this video has failed to load. Prudie never intended to go to William Safire-land with linguistic matters ... but what the hell! I’ve always been close to my son, but I no longer feel valued. Q. Sign up for the Dear Prudence mailing list to receive notifications of new columns and chats. I’d never believed in soul mates, but she made me a believer. This started as a series of Tumblr ficlets; I'll post a new letter every day for 10 days. Our relationship is more like two roommates who share parenting duties. If you reread your letter, I think you must be aware on some level that you are not on the verge of breaking news of some cool, exciting new opportunity to your wife. Viral 'Dear Prudence' Letter Reveals the Single Worst Person of Halloween 2014. Take, for example, last Tuesday's "Dear Prudence" advice column on Slate.A 32-year-old woman discovers that her husband has been having an affair and wonders whether to confront him. We could complete each other’s sentences and had the kind of love that I’d never felt for anyone. Shannon’s picture got more attention than I anticipated and made it to a news feed for a broader audience. If you set aside the money for college, it’s perfectly reasonable to leave it as is unless and until he decides to attend. You can manage your newsletter subscriptions at any time. I'm wondering if your mother is the kind of person who is chronically unhappy with her current circumstances. Was not revealed at the time who has it course if we open it, I asked to. 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