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Kid gives dating advice
DEAR ABBY: At what point does a man finally give up hope of finding a mate and accept that he may end up alone? Dad couldn't take care of things alone, so I would go out and help him the minute I got home from school every day.
My family farms, and when I was 14, my grandfather could no longer help my dad.
Between the farm work and keeping up with my studies, I had to grow up fast.
I wish you the best and hope you will let me know I have guided you in the right direction.DEAR ABBY: Recently, my friends threw me a party for my 34th birthday.A number of them brought their children (ages 2 to 6 years) to the Saturday afternoon event.When I began opening my gifts, several of the children started throwing tantrums because they were not being given gifts.I thought this might be a good learning opportunity to gently teach the children that it was not their birthday, but someone else's special day.However, some of the parents began insisting that I let the crying (and by this point, screaming) children open my gifts(! Instead, I stopped opening gifts, put all the presents up on a shelf and began serving cake and ice cream and handing out balloons and other party favors.This satisfied some of the children, but others were still screaming.One of the parents then began berating me, saying that I was "the biggest child" for not "sharing." Needless to say, the party ended early and with some hurt feelings.Was I wrong to not allow small children to tear open my fragile and expensive birthday gifts?-- IT'S MY SPECIAL DAY DEAR SPECIAL DAY: You did nothing wrong.The parents of the children who were throwing tantrums were wrong.