The Omaha guide. (Omaha, Neb.) 1927-19??, September 29, 1945, Page 5, Image 5
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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 field. 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. 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