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My wife wants to do a cleanse and insists that I join her. But I think these are for wusses. Help!
At parties, my partner constantly defends an unpopular politician for whom he voted in the last election. It's becoming a bit embarrassing and I dread going out. Is there anything I can do?
My husband won't admit it, but I don't think he enjoys my cooking. I'm convinced he sneaks off to his parents house for dinner a few times a week.
I've been a cat person all my life. My fiancé is a dog person. How can we find a compromise here?
My husband and I are newlyweds who are both just starting our careers. But we're being pressured by our parents to have kids. How do we (politely) tell them that's not in the cards right now?
I'm a vegetarian but my husband-to-be is a carnivore. We're on the verge of moving in together, but he's upset that I won't allow meat in the house. Can a vegetarian and meat-lover ever live happily ever after?
My wife insists on spending ridiculous amounts of money at specialty cheese shops. What's wrong with a brick of orange from No Frills?
Friends of ours continuously post lovey-dovey comments to one another on their public Facebook wall. It's making everyone else nauseous. How do we tell them to turn off their Facebook faux pas?
We have a decorating dilemma that's driving us both nuts. I'm a traditionalist. He likes art deco. How do we find a compromise?
My partner and I are taking our first extended vacation together—a two-week overseas trip. He's been planning every second of the trip. I just want to explore and discover things. I'm worried this is going to cause a huge fight. Help!
 
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