Manage episode 363121586 series 2596092
A one-night stand with your girlfriend's sister resulted in her pregnancy. You've agreed to keep quiet about it to avoid causing problems within the family, but you're wondering how to break the news to your girlfriend — or if you ever should. Welcome to Feedback Friday!
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On This Week's Feedback Friday, We Discuss:
- That one-night stand with your girlfriend's sister resulted in her pregnancy. You've agreed to keep quiet about it to avoid causing problems within the family, but you're wondering how to break the news to your girlfriend — or if you ever should.
- You love your job as a local news reporter, but struggle with low pay and lack of creative energy. You want to move out, travel, and pursue other interests, but you're not sure how to find a more fitting career path. Where should you begin?
- You want to exit your relationship with a dishonest and uncooperative business partner who overcharges invoices and refuses to sell or buy out. Which of these four possible exit strategies seems to be your best bet: suing, starting a new business, paying dividends and leaving, or getting a job? [Thanks to attorney Neil Rombardo for giving us some direction with this one!]
- Your 14-year-old sister is dating her 23-year-old camp leader. In spite of your concerns over this grossly inappropriate "relationship," you were shocked to discover that your parents like the guy and support their love as "pure." You feel it's your responsibility to put a stop to this, but you don't know how. What can you do?
- As an elementary school teacher, you cut an imposing figure at 6'6" and 270 pounds. You want to be the caring but blunt teacher you needed during your adolescence, but your size — in addition to an admittedly "resting bitch face" — seems to make you less approachable than you'd like. How can you demonstrate a more welcoming stance to your students?
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