Dear Steve and Shirley My girlfriend and I have been together for three years and recently we have been plummeting down. I've done something's I'm not proud of in our relationship but she has forgiven me and stuck through it all with me. But she recently saw messages between me and a friend of mine. In the texts messages there were sexual references. Now nothing never went down between the two of us but it was enough for her to say we are over . It feels like I'm fighting a losing battle because of the words she chooses to use they just give me a pitted feeling in my gut that we will never be the same again. We had a talk last night face-to-face talk that ended with a kiss and a hug. Please help me fix this, please. She's the only one I want and need. I don't want our family broken. It's not good for the kids. Signed, a working soul
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Oklahoma City tornado: Get the latest developments in this disaster
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(CNN) -- At least 24 people -- including nine children -- were killed when a massive tornado struck an area outside Oklahoma City on Monday afternoon, officials said.
At least seven of those children were killed at Plaza Towers Elementary School in Moore, Oklahoma, police said. Emergency personnel on Tuesday continued to scour the school's rubble -- a scene of twisted I-beams and crumbled cinder blocks.
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OJ Simpson Weight Gain Is Thanks To Pork Baked Beans From Prison: Report
ACCORDING TO THE HUFFINGTON POST
Beans, beans, they're good for your heart -- but not so much your waistline.
Just ask O.J. Simpson, who appeared last week in a Las Vegas courtroom looking a bit larger than his days on the gridiron. A jailhouse source tells the New York Post that the former football star can thank pork baked beans for his belly.
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Tiara Drake Accused Of Trying To Poison Family With Detergent-laced Cheese
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BATTLEBORO, N.C. -- A North Carolina woman is charged with trying to poison five family members after one of them refused to share some cheese with her.
A statement from the Nash County Sheriff's Office said 24-year-old Tiara Drake wanted some of a relative's cheese on Friday, but the woman refused to share.
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Dear Steve & Shirley, I'm a 41-year-old professional African-American man in Atlanta that has been divorced for ten years and I have a ten-year-old son that I love dearly. We were married for four years and had our son in the fifth year, which is the same year that we got divorced. My ex-wife and I are cool and we do a good job of co-parenting. But this is not what this letter is about. Ever since my divorce I have dated a lot of women, some serious, most not. I have dated female business executives, doctors, news anchors etc; great women that any man would be lucky to have, but I continuously feel unfulfilled in these relationships. It is also concerning to me that I don't get those butterfly feelings of love anymore. I read your book and several others about relationships to try to discover what I'm missing, but I can't seem to find the answer. Most of my male friends are divorced and the ones that are married say that if they did get divorced then they would not get married again. I'm beginning to think that marriage is not worth it. Here is my question. Why should I get married? Money? I've been earning six figures for over a decade. Companionship? I have five quality women that I can call right now! Stability? I have a house and two cars and several savings accounts. Domestic help? I cook better than most women and I keep my house clean. A mom for my son? My son's mom is a good mom and I'm very involved in his life as well. Long-term partnership? In today's world, most marriages end in divorce, so that is not guaranteed. I'm trying to see if marriage is worth it. What is the up-side of marrying again? It seems more and more like a financial, emotional and constrictive liability to me versus an asset. Signed "Is it worth it"?