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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
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Money A $20 bill tests your kids' money skills (and your parenting)

I want them to have the financial skills, and more important the character, to thrive as individual financial entities. My goal is to raise two of those people.How can we ensure our children don’t become a financial burden. My priority at the time, which consumed both my time and my money, was pure entertainment. My kids are 7 and 4, and I’m already at full throttle.Here is my plan to help create financially responsible children. The first task was to evaluate how I've done so far.
USA Today
17/04
13 Points

Kawakami: Stephen Curry and Draymond Green share special bond

OAKLAND -- There is only one Warriors player, and probably only one human on earth, bold and boisterous enough to tell Stephen Curry that he just took a bad shot.That brave man's name is Draymond Green, and this will happen maybe once a game, maybe more than that, but not without an MVP-level retort."I get hot at him during the game, too," Curry said with a laugh Friday after practice, "because, I'm like, 'I shot it for a reason, Draymond. I was pretty confident I can make it.' "What will Green do then.
San Jose Mercury News
16/04
10 Points

Soccer star Abby Wambach pleads not guilty to DUI charge

I will do whatever it takes to ensure that my horrible mistake is never repeated,'' Wambach posted on Facebook.Wambach's attorney, Ben Eder, entered the plea on her behalf and made no comment. Two-time Olympic gold medalist Abby Wambach entered a not guilty plea Tuesday on a charge of drive under the influence of intoxicants, the Associated Press reported.A World Cup champion with the U.S.
San Jose Mercury News
06/04
7 Points
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