I'm not sure about the ethics of this - should I credit the sites the questions actually came from or not? Is it stealing? I don't think it is because I am not stealing the answer written by the professional, but the question written by the person looking to have their questions published and answered. I'm just providing an alternative, right? And yes, for the time being I think I shall post where the questions came from.
Okay, well, enough foreplay. Here we go! This one's from Ask Dr. Tracy. It's the first question I found in my search, and the answer Dr. Tracy gives, made me almost as depressed as this unfortunate girl. Even more depressing was the bad spelling in Dr. Tracy's answer. I expect bad spelling from a distressed person writing for help, not the professional writer/helper.
I dated my partner for 2 years when I was 18-20 years old. We broke up and after 8 years have got back together and since been seeing each other for 2 years this month. We have had a very rocky relationship over the past 2 years - upsets mostly fuelled by past relationships, especially his 2 ex girlfriends as I feel he was used and abused (so to speak).