Todd Parker

Todd Parker

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Tuesday, 10 March 2015 16:50

Dear Todd Parker - (03/11/15)

I've been dating a wonderful man for a little over a year. He's smart and sexy and lots of fun. He treats me exactly the way that I've always wanted to be treated in a relationship. He's so sensitive to my needs, always there to help me with anything. He's just wonderful.

There's just one problem. His cooking.

Tuesday, 03 March 2015 21:23

Dear Todd Parker - (03/04/15)

My wife and I have been married for 31 years. We've got two grown children both sons and have started thinking in earnest about retirement. We're still very much in love and we love our family very much. Unfortunately, there's a problem.

Our kids won't grow the hell up.

Tuesday, 24 February 2015 16:28

Dear Todd Parker - (02/25/15)

I hate how typical this is going to sound, but I don't really have anyone else that I feel comfortable asking about this. I figure at the very least, no one I know will know that I'm having an issue.

I'm native to the area; I've left and come back a couple of times, but this is really my home. And I've spent a lot of time here. So the one thing that I know for sure is that relationship pickings are slim and are only getting slimmer as I get older.

Tuesday, 10 February 2015 19:08

Dear Todd Parker - (02/11/15)

Valentine's Day is such bullst. Everyone knows that it's just one more scam for corporations to make more money. Why should I hand over my cash to those a-holes at Hallmark or Whitman's or whatever just to celebrate a completely arbitrary date?

My girlfriend and I actually got together last spring, so this is the first time I've had to deal with this. She knows how I feel about the 'holiday' and she's on board with it. She thinks the whole thing is a crock too.

Tuesday, 20 January 2015 22:10

Dear Todd Parker,

I've tried talking about this problem with a few of my friends, but no one believes me. I can hardly believe it myself, but it keeps happening.

I work in an office with about 15 other people. We've got a small break room with a kitchen and a fridge, the standard kind of set-up.

Tuesday, 23 December 2014 20:06

Dear Todd Parker, (12/24/14)

I've realized that I'm dating a child. We've been together for seven months, and we enjoy each other's company. I love him and he's very sweet to me. The problem (and all our problems) lie in the fact that he's 27 and lives at home with his parents and while he works full time, he somehow wastes away all of his money and is constantly broke (and he makes twice as much as I do and I live on my own.)

It affects our relationship because he asks to borrow money (which I do not lend him) and constantly has to cancel plans because he can't afford to do anything. It's ridiculous to me that he has no adult skills in responsibility, and is nowhere near being able to handle himself on his own. He's good at doing what he's told to do, but not at independently choosing to do it.

Tuesday, 16 December 2014 23:54

Dear Todd Parker, (12/17/14)

I am in love with a wonderful man. He is sweet and caring and gives me everything I could want from a relationship. He's just great. In all the big ways, he's perfect.

But the little things are starting to pile up. Disgusting little things.

Tuesday, 02 December 2014 21:05

Dear Todd Parker, (12/03/14)

I was in a long-term relationship with a guy for a number of years. For a long time, I thought he was the one, but I gradually realized that he and I were moving in different directions and we had become incompatible in a lot of ways. So about a year ago, we broke it off amicably. Well, mostly amicably anyway. The goal was to remain friends. It wasn't easy, but I still cared about the guy, so I did my best. We didn't see a lot of each other, but it was always pleasant enough when we did.

Last week, he called me up out of the blue we hadn't spoken in a couple of months and left a message on my voicemail asking if I would like to go out to dinner with himand his new girlfriend. He told me that it was really important to him that I meet her. He also said that meeting her would be good for me and help me 'gain closure' on our relationship. It turns out that in his eyes, our mutual breakup was in fact him breaking up with me and he wanted to help me 'move on.'

Tuesday, 25 November 2014 22:59

Dear Todd Parker (11/26/14)

So I'm in a bit of a holiday conundrum and I'm not sure what to do.

I have a good friend who has two kids the older (a girl) is 10 and the younger (a boy) is seven. They've reached the age where they're starting to question certain aspects of the holiday. The girl especially had started hearing some things in the classroom and the doubts were starting to filter in. But my friend is a big Christmas lover and has really enjoyed keeping that magic alive as long as possible, so she asked me to help.

Wednesday, 19 November 2014 12:33

Dear Todd Parker, (11/19/14)

Thanksgiving is coming and my kids are coming back home for the holiday. My wife and I are very much looking forward to having them all under one roof again. My older son is coming with his wife and their daughter and my daughter is bringing her husband. None of this is a problem.

The problem is with my younger son.

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