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Sometimes a couple goes out on a second date. And, more often than not, readers offer their own take in the comments section on BostonGlobe. I finished my meal quickly and she was a slow eater. I felt awkward talking while she was eating. But we were into each other. Life is long. My wife and I have been happily married for 42 years and were nothing alike. It makes it more interesting! I know of several couples including my parents, who were married for 44 years before they passed, who had less than memorable first dates.

Remember; what you ask of others, ask of yourself first. Memories are created over a lifetime, not during one dinner date. My fiancee when I first met her not a date did zero for me. We did become friends; she tutored my son as a favor.

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You are following in the grand tradition of Jewish women advice columnists. Where do you see your place? When that question was first posed to me, I was speaking after a one-woman show about Ann Landers at Central Square Theatre. Someone in the audience asked me why all advice columnists are Jewish women. I thought it was a coincidence that I was doing this, but so many Jewish women had done it.

When that is a part of your culture, it becomes part of your day-to-day life. When I read the Bintel Brief , I saw how so many of these life problems are timeless.

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In , at a Boston Police station, two policemen discuss the arrest of Catholic priest Fr. John Geoghan , for child molestation. A high ranking cleric talks to the mother of the children. The Assistant District Attorney then enters the precinct and tells the policemen not to let the press get wind of what has happened. The arrest is hushed up, and the priest is released.

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Back in late , sports writer Adam Himmelsbach had a good situation. But about two and a half years into his stint at the Courier-Journal, Adam thought it might be time for a change. But he understood taking the job would mean following the Celtics all over the country and always being on call to cover a trade or breaking news. So, yeah, that was certainly a concern. Like, I could just be chilling in Louisville right now, like, going to the Kentucky Derby.

About a year into his new job, Adam visited his parents. His mom had some questions. And there were a few who are older than me who were also single. All of them have, like, a real passion for the NBA. And I said, ‘Of course not. Adam meant it. But the NBA was going to make it hard for him to meet someone else. So, it’s like, you’re not gonna go out and meet somebody at that point. And then when you’re on the road, you’re just on the road.

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