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by Sarah Smart

Q.  My boss and I are very close, and he confides in me often. He is currently having marital problems and suspects that his wife is cheating on him.  His wife also works with us and I happen to know that she is seeing another guy on the job.  I want to tell him, but I’m being advised not to because I have unexpressed feelings for him.  What do you say?

A.  I say, mind your own business, and continue to be a good listener. Even if you didn’t have feelings for him, it’s not your place and it’s never smart to be a tattler.

Q.  I need you to settle a debate. My girlfriend and I are planning to marry, and she feels that my parents should help split the wedding costs.  However, this big wedding (300 people) is not something I’m in favor of, and neither are my parents.  I think she and her parents should foot the bill since it’s her idea.  What do you think?

A.  I agree with you. I think you two should elope.  A big wedding should be an agreement between the bride and the groom.  If she insists on an expensive wedding against your wishes, she should pay the cost to be the boss.

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