DEAR DEIDRE: ALTHOUGH I am engaged, I am falling for a girl at work who is ten years younger than me.
My fiancee and I just moved in together but things aren’t so great. I’m 28 and she is 29.
I work evenings in a big pub while a really hot girl helps in the restaurant there. She is just 18 and we chat whenever there is a lull. I have fallen for her and I can tell she feels the same about me.
My fiancee and I have been through a lot. If we were both happy, I wouldn’t consider being with this new girl. Is it worth throwing it all away?
Moving in with a partner usually creates lots of relationship teething troubles.
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DEIDRE SAYS: Tell your fiancee you need to work together resolving those issues. Are you doing you fair share of the chores (meaning half), for example?
What you share with the 18-year-old you are flirting with is mutual lust. Don’t follow up on it unless you can’t save your relationship.
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