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About The Omaha guide. (Omaha, Neb.) 1927-19?? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 29, 1945)
A HUMAN RELATION COLUMN WHEREIN THE TROUBLED
IN MIND AND HEART CAN $ E E K COUNSEL AND GUIDANCE
Note:—Don’t worry needlessly . . . when your mind I* weighted down with worry
end yon feel the need of guidance, and the counsel of an understanding friend
please write. Your problem will be analyzed in the paper free . . . just include a
•lipping of the column with your letter. For a “private reply" send 25c for
ABBE'S 1944 INSPIRATIONAL READING. With such Reading, yon will receive
free a personal letter ef sound and constructive advice analyzing three (I) ques
tions. Please send a stamped (Sc) envelops for your confidential reply, and sign
poor full name, address and birthdata to all letters. Explain your case folly and
•anflna your problems within the realm at reason. Write to . . .
THE ABBE’ WALLACE SERVICE
, POST OFFICE BOX II -*■ ATLANTA. SEOR9IA
M. M. J.—I need some advice. I
have a good job here in my home
town( but my husband ig in service
and is stationed down south. 1
wish to go dow n where he is but
he thinkg it is best for me to re
main here at home. Now if he lov
ed me he would want me with him.
don’t you think?
Ans: Not necessarily. He reaiiz
es that you can't possibly live com
fortably away from home on the
money allotted you each month.
Also it is quite a problem to find
living quarters around the army
carapg. If he had any idea tha^ he
was stationed there for a period
i "f monlMg he would encourage you
to make a change, 'eider the cir
cumstances it is best that you re
main where you are keep working
regularly and save your money so
that when the opportunity presents
0 itself you may live with him again.
Don’t question his love a8 this is
k, produots. Writ# for
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main issue is what is best for you
under the prevailing el" unigtances
F. ts.—i write to a >larine that I
have been knowing for several
years. He never did try to go with
me before he went to the service.
Since h has been overseas he writes
me love letters and sayg that he
loves me. Is he telling me the
truth or ig he just lonesome?
Ans: Apparently he feels he ig
deeply devoted to you else he
would not be writing you to that
effect. No doubt it took this en
forced separation to make him a.
ware of the fact. Keep in close
contact with the Marine as your
letterg are a source of inspiration
to him. Avoid getting serious and
when he returns you can decide
what your true feelings are for
P. G. G.—T met a girl and I have
asked her to be my friend because
1 like her very much but she told
me to wait until she made up her
mind. I have waited for almost a
month, every time I get in a con
versation with her, she is always
in a rush. Recently I met another
girl who seems very nice and she
comeg on the base to see me. She
refuses to go any place without
me. She says she loves me but 1
have to beg to see number one girl
Which girl is for me?
Ans: Competition stimulates in
terest . go with both girls ang en
joy their company, refraining
from getting serious with either
one. Right now the first girl
seems to be the “apple of your eye
and as long as you feel that way
you surely don't want to get toe
serious with the second girl. It is
begt not to limit your dates to one
girl only, until you are convinced
that you are *n love and have
found your true mate. At your
age you should be playing a wide
A. u. a.—l am a lady ot twenty
eight and my hugband is the san:e
age. We have two lovely boys one
eight and the other six. We have
been married niTTh years. My hus
band has been going with another
woman every since we have been
married and they have a little girl
two years old. He won't allow me
to say anything about her. Three
years ago, I fell in love with a
single man and he tells me he lov
es me and I have had enough dates
with him to believe he is truthful
He wants me to get a divorce and
marry him. Give me sorne idea as
to what to do?
Ans: Whether you two know it
or not, your two fine boys are old
enough to begin realizing what’s
going on and this is not the atmos
phere in which to rear a family.
Two wrongs never made a right...
and your competing with him in
the cheating game doesn't excuse
your actions. Children naturally
hold their parents up as an exam
ple an,j that is why it is so import
ant for parents to live a clean and
wholesome life. Give up this out
side man as long as you live with
your husband. Keep your own con
science clear regardless of what
course your husband may pursue.
Alsoi try to recapture his affection
and make for the children and him
a home that they will be proud of.
By doing soi he may eventualy tire
of the ife he is iving and want to
settle down with you and the
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