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people are stealing my food Maybe I an idiot, but it seems to me that by the time somebody reaches 79, it is more common to be saying goodbye to friends and family members so how exciting to have these young half sisters to welcome into your life! I not suggesting that you all spend Christmas together or start planning a family holiday, but surely all of you would like to meet and put together the missing pieces from the jigsaw of your lives.

If the mother of these newly discovered siblings is still alive, then it is obviously important to proceed with caution because satisfying your curiosity should never come at the expense pandora online sale of someone else heartache. You should also manage your expectations. Yes, these women can discount pandora beads tell you stories about a man you didn know, but they can undo the fact that he abandoned you. Start by sending them an email or letter, and if it is well received then try seeing them face to face in some neutral location. If you get on like a house on fire and feel a special bond, marvellous; but equally, if you find you are actually having a dull coffee with two middle aged ladies, you can walk away. You only knew your father for a year. These women can tell you more about his light and shade than any curly edged photograph ever could. Blood ties are mysterious: so loose that you didn even know these women existed, but so strong that the three of you will always be linked. Your father may not have behaved very well during his lifetime but he has given the world three women, and for some strange reason that matters. Q: Dear Graham I have been staying in my communal student housing building in London over the summer. Recently I noticed someone had been taking my cutlery from my (assigned and labelled) drawer, which I tried to let slide; but this week someone has clearly been taking food from my shelf in the fridge and is making no effort to disguise it. I tried to hang around the kitchen to see if I can catch anyone to confront them, but have had no luck. I have been keeping all food that doesn need to be in the fridge in my room it made me anxious and a bit unhinged and this with only a handful of people coming and going during the vacation! When the building starts to fill up again I really don want to have to worry about this. I want to get along with my neighbours and not be known as the bitch of the hall. Beyond leaving passive aggressive notes on everything, what should I do? Kate, London A: pandora i heart u charm bracelet Dear Kate A tale as old as time. Like the poor and taxes, the communal kitchen thief will always be with us. It is annoying, rude and unfair but if you let it upset you and occupy your head, then you are a victim twice. I think things will become easier when term starts. More people means more chance of them getting caught and at the very least it will happen to you less as they spread their criminal activities around the group. Listen to your instincts. Don leave notes or call a kitchen meeting you do not want to be that person. The most you can do is mention it to somebody when you happen to be in the kitchen at the same time. you noticed stuff going missing? People reading this will no doubt have a thousand crafty suggestions ranging from complicated locks to lacing a tempting cake with laxatives but my feeling is that you must find a Zen place where it ceases to annoy you. If all else fails just focus your fury into your studies to ensure you get such a good job you never have to share accommodation ever again. Q: Dear Graham My parents separated last year after 48 years of marriage. This was instigated by my dad, after years pandora rings sale of emotional abuse from my mother, who is tolerable 80 per cent of the time: the other 20 per cent she is bullying, manipulative, overbearing and has a vile temper. I adore my dad who is a truly wonderful man, and invited him to join me, my husband and daughter for two lovely weeks in France this summer. Now my mother is dropping hints that it her turn next summer. How do I tell her that never going to happen? Despite everything I don want to upset her. We used to share a week together every year when my parents were together, but only so I could be with my dad. My mother would never fail to ruin at least one or two days with her temper or sulking. My husband tolerates her for my sake. I have two sisters who don take either parent on holiday with them, but my dad is 72 now and I want to spend quality time with him while I can. Please help. Liz, North Yorkshire A: Dear Liz A marriage has broken down after nearly half a century. The effect of that on all of you cannot be overestimated, and I sure you are all still reeling. The one thing I would say to you is please don punish your mother. Yes, she difficult, but now might be a good time to take a step back and ask, who is this woman? Why does she behave in the way that she does? I know you love your father very much, but he must have played some part in your mother bullying. People with very bad tempers are usually angry about something. Isolating your mother is just going to make her behaviour worse. It seems to me that the one thing that needs to stop is people tolerating this woman unacceptable behaviour. If she is as manipulative as you say, she will surely learn to control her temper if she knows that not losing it will get her what she wants more effectively than screaming and throwing things at a wall. I not quite sure why I being so pro your mother: I suppose I just feel sorry for this woman whose world has imploded after such a long time. Try to see this ending as a positive. It a fresh start. New family dynamics, new decisions and maybe, just maybe, a new mother. Q: Dear Graham You have offered wise sartorial advice to men in the past, but I have a slightly different problem. How can I influence my wife clothes buying decisions? She is a Junoesque beauty, but self conscious about her size. Unfortunately this means she always buys clothes that would suit the woman she half wishes she was wispy, strappy little dresses, generally at least a size too small. She looks wonderful in the severe, tailored clothes she wears for work, or in outfits like jeans and cowboy shirts. But what she chooses to wear to dress up often just doesn suit her. She sometimes asks my opinion but I never have the heart to say anything other than look wonderful, darling Is there any hope, or am I automatically disqualified from having an opinion?A: Dear David You are familiar I sure with the expression about messengers being shot. Keep your mouth as tightly zipped as your wife outfits. No good will come from you saying anything. Continue to lavish her with compliments but make them much more enthusiastic whenever your lovely lady wears something you think does actually suit her. Given that you both work, maybe you could afford to spoil your wife with a trip to a large department store accompanied by one of their personal shoppers. Check out the web for other variants on this idea. I sure there are stylists, or image consultants, who put together gift packages that she would enjoy. Again, reinforce any choices you approve of with copious kind words.

The other option is to just leave well enough alone. If your wife feels good in her strappy dresses, what does it matter what you think? It sounds like you appreciate your wife shape and in the end that is the most important thing. Remind her of that as often as possible and your wife will look good in whatever she wears.


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