Columnist Amy Dickinson (Bill Hogan/Chicago Tribune)

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DEAR AMY: My girlfriend “Wendy” and I have been living together for seven years. She has a daughter, “Ariel,” 18, who recently graduated from high school. Ariel and I always got along great. I liked her more than I liked her mother, and I feel terrible about it.

Columnist Amy Dickinson (Bill Hogan/Chicago Tribune)

A few years into our relationship, Wendy started neglecting her health and hygiene, put on weight, wouldn’t exercise, and after a while I was no longer attracted to her.

All the while, Ariel started to look great, and I couldn’t stop thinking about her.

I saved all my passions for Wendy, but honestly I was thinking about Ariel the whole time.

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Ariel and her mother never got along at all. Her mother was jealous of our relationship.

When Ariel was 15, I suggested sending her to boarding …read more

Source:: The Mercury News – Lifestyle

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