Ask Amy: Internet matching leads to dog sitting


Columnist Amy Dickinson (Bill Hogan/Chicago Tribune)

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DEAR AMY: I met my boyfriend (online) a year ago. I lived in another state, was independent and had a decent job, but struggled financially.

Columnist Amy Dickinson (Bill Hogan/Chicago Tribune)

I have no family left. When my guy and I talked, it was electric! This man offered me so much. After only a few months, he asked me to move to his state. He said he would take care of me. He is seven years older than me (I’m no spring chicken).

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We discussed this at great length. I didn’t want to move and be stuck with some crazy lunatic.

After being here for a short time, our sex life went downhill. We now sleep in separate rooms. He has taken care of me financially (like he said he would). He has five corgis that I have fallen in love with, but I now feel like I am being used.

He has gone on several “work” …read more

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