Originally published Wednesday, November 29, 2017 at 05:58a.m.
Dear Abby: Six months ago, I asked a close female friend to help me prepare a gift for my husband for our fifth wedding anniversary. I wanted to create a photo album of sexy nude photos of myself. Her excellent camerawork provided me with a wonderful collection, and my husband loved it.
I recently found out on social media that my girlfriend’s husband viewed and copied my private photos, and shared them online with mutual male friends of ours. I’m devastated. My girlfriend is sorry to the max.
My husband isn’t yet aware of my exposure to others. I don’t want to tell him, but at the same time, I don’t want some guy spilling the beans. My girlfriend is helping to stop the sharing of my pictures. Should I hope for the best or tell my husband? – Ashamed in the U.S.A.
Dear Ashamed: Inform your husband immediately about what happened because he needs to hear it from you.
Your friend’s carelessness in allowing her husband to see – and share – the photos was deplorable. It is nearly impossible now that those images have been posted online to stop their proliferation. That your friend’s husband would display such immaturity and poor judgment by showing them around is shocking.
Dear Abby: My wife and I are at opposite ends of the political spectrum: I am conservative; she is liberal. We do our best not to argue about our strongly held views, but sometimes we are unsuccessful.
My problem is, she’ll have three TVs going, all tuned to her favorite political channel, while doing housework. I find it annoying. I usually leave the room when she’s going to do prolonged work in our home office and informs me that she will be listening to her channel. It’s the three-TV thing that I would like stopped. What do you suggest? – Inundated In Washington
Dear Inundated: Your wife should show you the same consideration that you show to her. In this case, she does not have to have three TVs blaring “her” channel throughout your home while she does housecleaning. She should have ONE television set on in the room she is in.
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