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I’m not my personal husband’s “fixer.” He’s a grown up people, and it also’s as much as your to consume and exercise well.

I’m not my personal husband’s “fixer.” He’s a grown up people, and it also’s as much as your to consume and exercise well.

He’s a grown up guy, and she should not feel pressing us to ‘fix’ him

Dear Amy: My mother-in-law just reaches over to me when this woman is worried about her daughter. He’s an only youngster and she constantly worries about him.

Columnist Amy Dickinson (Statement Hogan/Chicago Tribune)

She phone calls or texts me to ask how he’s eating, exercising, their most recent bowel movement … you get my drift.

I want to imagine the best of this lady. In my opinion she’s wanting to feel a beneficial mommy by being engaging. However, it in addition can make me feel she views myself as the girl spy or a vehicle to “fix” whatever was stressing their about your.