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I have been dating this guy for about two months now. We hang out together all the time and party together when given the chance. I love spending time with him and I love the person that he is.

The problem is that I want to take the relationship to the next level and I’m not sure how to do that. We have had sex, and, unfortunately, it is almost an everyday occurrence. I have begun to think that he only wants to be with me for the sex. How do I bring the subject up to him without hurting his feelings or making things uncomfortable between us?

– Alexis

OK, so we talked about it, and we think that you should test him. Well, unless he happens to read this, and puts two and two together. The chances of that happening are slim, though.

As for the test, plan a date that ends with no sex. If he can’t keep his hands off of you and isn’t satisfied with just a date with no rewards, then he just isn’t worth it . . . unless you just like having him around for the sex.

Hi. I am a junior in college and I have a best friend that is addicted to prescription anti-anxiety medication and pain pills. She insists that she must have them to have a good time.

Here is where the problem gets worse. I give them to her. I give them to her knowing that it is bad, but knowing that if I don’t she will go out and buy them anywhere she can, for any price. I have tried several different times to explain to her that I think she might have a problem. She insists that she is just trying to have a good time and relax. I don’t know what to do. I love this friend more than anything and I would do anything for her and I don’t want to lose her friendship or her. I’m afraid if this continues that I will either lose a friend because I won’t give her pills anymore or lose a friend because she has overdosed. This is where you guys come in.

Please help me. I am at a loss for what to do and how to help this problem that I feel is my fault. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.

– Hannah

Wow, this is a touchy situation. We think that you should talk to your friend, sort of an intervention. Tell her that you are worried about her and that you think she is hurting her body.

If that doesn’t work, tell her and show her the effects that the pills have on your friendship. If none of those things affect her then all you can do is be her friend.

As for getting the pills for her . . . STOP! If you tell her that you are not for her taking the pills, then you cannot supply her habit. If she were addicted to heroin, would you buy that too?

However, by no means are you responsible for what has happened. Redirect your guilt into rehabilitating her.

You know when people get old, and their hair turns white or gray. Does their pubic hair turn white as well? Just something I’ve been wondering about, cause I don’t want to ask any old people.

– Carter

I think that is the most interesting question that we have ever gotten. You deserve a medal.

We had to do some research for this one. No perv, we didn’t lift up some poor old person’s gown or whatever, they wouldn’t let us because of something called sexual harassment.

Two registered nurses say that they do, in fact, turn gray. I would say that it all kind of depends. Some old men’s beards never turn gray. So I am sure that there are some old people out there that still have some color to their pubic hair.


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