Verbal, physical, sexual abuse is in the news on a nightly basis, and the latest is showcased in high definition for all to see: Stanford Rapist Brock Turner. The judge let him off with a VERY lenient sentence. Brock's father wrote a disgusting letter in a feeble attempt to make excuses for his son despicable, deplorable behavior—showcasing how rape culture in the U.S. is completely enmeshed in college athletics. And social media is up-in-arms at the injustice.
Dear Charles: My girlfriend and I have been going out for a year now and I know she is the one that I will marry in the future. But whenever she goes out with others, I always have that feeling that she is going to do something wrong... even though she has repeatedly said that she will do nothing to ruin us. How do I get rid of this feeling and just trust her in general?
Dear Charles: I recently met a man when I was out at a nightclub. We kissed and he took my number. He texted me the next morning and we have been talking everyday since, including going on a lunch date the other day (we split the bill). He told me he wants to meet up again and seems genuinely interested in me. The only problem is he takes quite a while sometimes to reply to my texts... it's hours.