The common justification of the control freak is they want to make sure everything is as good or as successful as possible. It's one thing to be concerned and make sure things go well.
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My friend told me she would like to spend time with me but she can't: When her husband is around other people he is a different person, which makes her a different person. What should I do?
Since my sister became a "follower" of her possessive friend, she no longer hangs out with her other friends and she is no longer close to me. I miss her. What should I do?
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What should we do when we have to live or work with people whose controlling behaviors impose on us? It's a good question -- in fact, a question that several HP readers posed.
As your daughter is only 5 ½, you need to be cautious about the people you expose her to. So if your fiancé is incarcerated for child molestation, that obviously should be a deal-killer.
Dear Irene: I wish I had an escape but I'm still in high school and I live a street away from her and she knows almost everything about me, even that I may have an STD.
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