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We shared many laughs. Dennis has been happily married for about 10 years.
Lori has been through a lot during the pandemic, including the loss of her mother. She has used Facebook to reach out for support. I was shocked to read this. I have never experienced or witnessed such behavior by Dennis. He is very gregarious, but this is out of character.
Dear Not Me Too: As a woman — or a human being — it is right to stand up for and support assault victims. The metoo movement inspired many women to come forward and detail their experiences with unwanted sexual aggression and abuse. It is a well-known fact that women do not report incidents like this to law enforcement.
The metoo movement also taught us that really nice, happily married and well-liked people can do terrible things.
Dear Chaired: I assume that overweight people are extremely aware of where they sit. Rather than ask people not to sit in chairs, you should be proactive and — before they sit down — directly offer them a chair that will be most comfortable. Unfortunately, we lost her last year.
The cause? She was morbidly obese, which in medical terms is over pounds overweight.
My cousin was a beautiful, delightful, bright young woman with a great job, many friends and a family who loved her. I believe if she clearly understood the health risk she was taking by being so overweight, she would have done something about it.
Today, we are grieving the loss of someone who left far too soon, with an entirely treatable condition. Dear Grieving: Thank you for this tribute.
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