There are too many excellent and crazy advice columns to keep up with, so we're committed to bringing you links to the best advice column questions and answers every week. Here's a roundup of the most interesting, thought-provoking and surprising questions that our favorite columnists addressed in recent days. We met on an online dating site and have been seeing each other for several years My dilemma is I have breast implants. I had the surgery 20 years ago when I was newly widowed and about to start dating again.
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But one woman has revealed that her relationship ended in particularly unusual circumstances - her boyfriend hated her boob job. The woman - known only as Lizzie - told her story on Whimn , explaining that she'd "always felt uncomfortable" about her "flat as a board" chest. She said: "Now in my late twenties, I have tried not to let my flat chest get to me - and to enjoy the benefits of my androgynous figure, such as being able to wear almost any clothes I want. Despite her insecurities, she found love with Michael, who she says "liked her for her".
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Andrea, 29, from Nottinghamshire went under the knife four and a half years ago to increase her bust from a modest B cup to a FF. Working as a waitress at Hooters in Nottingham, the bar is known for its waitresses walking around in skimpy clothing, Andrea said her boob job gave her confidence. Four and a half years on and Andrea is now settled with boyfriend of two years Leon and wanting to get married- but her sizeable chest is putting off their wedding plans. Andrea, who now works as a receptionist at the Kitty Cafe in Nottingham, said: My life totally changed when I met my boyfriend we now do more couple things. Booked in for a an operation to remove her implants, Andrea revealed why she went under the knife in the first place.
A few months ago, Christie, 42, walked into a plastic surgeon's office in Seattle with overflowing E-cup implants. After getting general anesthesia, she left about three hours later with Bs. The information technology specialist had started to feel like the boob job she'd gotten four years ago at the urging of her then boyfriend had become an obstacle, in her career and otherwise. Her last straw: "I was at the gym when I caught a glimpse of myself in the mirror in my tight workout clothes, and I saw how fake my breasts looked.