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Dear Abby: I am 50 years old, married for 25 years. My wife is older than me. At first it was great, but our relationship is slowly starting to fail and now we are arguing about everything. I feel trapped in a cage. We no longer have anything in common.

I want a happy life with her or without, but I see nothing around me but darkness. When I ask for a divorce, I am accused of treason and threatened to pay her husband and wife for the rest of their lives. Marriage counseling does not seem to be an option. What should I do? – I WANT TO BE FREE IN OREGON

Dear wishes: If marriage counseling is “not an option,” it doesn’t mean you can’t get psychological counseling to help you become emotionally stronger. While you are doing this, it is important that you talk to a lawyer about divorce laws in your state. Once you do that, you’ll be able to better decide whether you want to “live in the dark” for the rest of your life, or what you may have to sacrifice to finally become free. You deserve to be happy, and honestly, so is your wife, who also seems unhappy.

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Dear Abby: My four-year-old boy refuses to reveal his infidelity and betrayal to me. I’ve given him countless chances to perform, but he always denies it. I caught him with a girl who watched us the whole time we were together.

Abby, I did everything I could to get him to confess, but he doesn’t! What did I have to do or what could I do so that my life could move forward and I didn’t have to worry about what it was doing? I have a broken heart, and he doesn’t care. – TWICE IN CALIFORNIA

Dear Bidder! As you said, you are deeply offended by the dishonesty of your boyfriend, and he “does not care” about your feelings. He is who he is and he is not going to change. Obviously, one woman is not enough for him. Now you have wasted four precious years of your life – a time you will never get back – on a cheater who is constantly lying. Isn’t that enough? Do what you should have done many years ago and MOVE OVER.

Dear Abby: I am a fourth grader who is, so to speak, good at math. Usually I finish my math homework easily, but lately they have been accumulating. The problem is that my classmates ask me for help a lot. I like helping them, but sometimes I find it hard to explain things or I can’t find the time to do my own work.

Usually the teacher conducts a math class with other students, so my friends can’t ask her. Should you lag behind in helping your friends, or focus on your own work and risk hurting their feelings? – COVER IN IDAH

Dear stressed: You don’t have to help your friends by excluding your own work. It is important for you and your friends to discuss this with your math teacher. She needs to know that she needs to pay more attention to students outside of math who need extra instruction, rather than relying on you. Once your work is finished, lend a hand to other students if you wish.

Written by “Dear Abby” by Abigail Van Buren, also known as Jeanne Phillips, and was founded by her mother Pauline Phillips. Contact Dear Abby at www.DearAbby.com or mailbox 69440, Los Angeles, CA 90069.

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