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Ask Amy: Woman wonders if her partner should help pay for birth control (5/2/2016)

Dear Amy: I am in a long-term relationship, and my partner and I are beginning to discuss birth control options (in particular, the pill). Conflicted Dear Conflicted: Your partner should share in your birth control decisions, and he should also share in the cost. Your partner should do his best to share this responsibility, out of respect to you and the mutual choice you are making not to get pregnant.If you were not in a committed and exclusive relationship (i.e.
The Denver Post
02/05
26 Points

Travel Ask Amy: Woman wonders if her partner should help pay for birth control (5/2/2016)

Dear Amy: I am in a long-term relationship, and my partner and I are beginning to discuss birth control options (in particular, the pill). Conflicted Dear Conflicted: Your partner should share in your birth control decisions, and he should also share in the cost. Your partner should do his best to share this responsibility, out of respect to you and the mutual choice you are making not to get pregnant.If you were not in a committed and exclusive relationship (i.e.
The Denver Post
02/05
25 Points

Travel Ask Amy: Dating scene confuses European man living in L.A. (4/8/2016)

Then she says, "I need to use the restroom. Let's leave after that. Can you get the bill in the meantime?" OK. OK.She says, "My family comes from money ... I work with them in a nonprofit." Then she says, "I'm meeting some girlfriends for karaoke after, but I'm still hungry, so do you mind if 'we' order another appetizer?" OK. If you invite her out, you should pick up the check.Dear Amy: I'm in my mid-20s and the man of my life is seven years older.
The Denver Post
08/04
18 Points
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