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She also just assumed that he would be a good step-parent to the three children she had with her first husband.
Both of those assumptions were incorrect: "Obviously I did not know myself very well at the time or acknowledge my need for excitement," Howard writes. I would advise anyone not to settle—yet that is what I did."After a decade-plus marriage to a famous actor—Ken Howard—their relationship dissolved.
They keep their shades drawn so you can’t see what’s going on inside but they must be up to no good, or why the secrecy?
We called the police department and they asked if we wanted to press charges!
She writes 40 years down the road: "After many years of life experiences granting me distance from Coleman, not to mention many years of my reader mail, I now understand that a Greek chorus saying, 'Don't do this' should not be disregarded.
If I knew then what I know now, as they say, the question I would have asked myself is, 'Why would your friends and family go out on a limb to tell you this was a bum choice, taking the risk of becoming persona non grata?
And if I entertain a female friend, people say I am bisexual. )Why is it that a single man cannot have friends over for a simple card game or to watch TV without people thinking there’s something sexual going on?
Ann Landers (Photo: Getty Images)Margo Howard has advice in her veins.
She's the daughter of Ann Landers (otherwise known as Eppie Lederer), the niece of Dear Abby, and an advice columnist in her own right: She was behind Slate's Dear Prudence column for eight years, and she had her own syndicated column called Dear Margo until 2013.
In 2002, the brand was taken over by Pauline’s daughter Jeanne Phillips, who will continue the legacy after her mother’s death.“Abby” offered plenty of excellent one-liners during the nearly 50 years she wrote the column, but her best might have been her cold call to an editor at the San Francisco Chronicle, requesting a chance to write their advice column.“I suppose you can write a better one,” he told her. A lot of people tell me that.”“Then maybe it’s time you listened,” was her quick retort. Here are some fun and classic replies from the modern-day agony aunt.**Dear Abby: About four months ago, the house across the street was sold to a “father and son”—or so we thought.
We later learned it was an older man about 50 and a young fellow about 24.