Kellie is our resident love expert. Is your life in shambles? Any troubles in your life that you may need advice on? Submit your letters to Kellie  and she may just solve all your life problems.

Today she offered her advice to a few listeners, including if it’s time to call for a divorce when your new husband loses in the Newlywed Game…

So my husband of a month and I played this sort of newlywed game against two other new couples who aren’t even married yet. I am ashamed to admit that my husband and I came in dead last on the game. LAST! And the questions were super simple.

Read the letters below and add any advice you may have!

 

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Dear Kellie –

You are the love expert…

I recently broke up with my girlfriend who I had been dating for 3 years. We lived together for about a year and I ended things between us because I feel that I am no longer in love with her. I felt like we were just best friends living together and I could not stand it anymore. She moved out about 3 weeks ago and I swore to myself that I would not date again anytime soon. As you know, life has a funny way of taking us by surprise. I recently met someone who has made me feel like a whole new person. We’ve been on a few dates and neither of us are rushing anything, but there are definitely strong feelings between us. She is aware of my recent break up and is very understanding of my situation. I am 26 years old and I while I admit I do not know everything, I have previously been in serious relationships and know a thing or two about them. I feel like I need some outside input on whether I am moving too fast with this person or if I should just let things play out and see what happens.

– Andres

 

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Dear Kellie –

You are the love expert…

My best friend used to be a lot of fun. We went out all the time, met a lot of people, she was a blast. But now she met this dumb guy and she completely changed herself for him. She does it every time that she meets a new guy and it never lasts. Now she’s wrapped up in couple’s cooking classes and watching foreign films with him but she will come crawling back in a few weeks when it’s all over. How can I win my BFF back and show her that she doesn’t have to change for a guy?

– Amanda

 

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Dear Kellie-

You are the love expert….

I really like this girl. I’ve known her my whole life and been crushing on her since middle school. Finally, now that we are in college, I convinced her to go out on a date with me. I had the whole evening planned out.. A romantic candlelight dinner at a nice steakhouse. But just an hour before the big date, she called and cancelled. She told me that toilet was overflowing and her house was flooding and she had to wait for maintenance to come fix it. We rescheduled for the next week but then she bailed on me last minute again, saying that her stove top had a small grease fire and she had to wait on the firefighters to come put it out…. Is this the most unluckiest girl ever or does she just not want to date me? I think there’s still a chance for us to fall in love but I don’t think I want be with someone that’s accident prone either.

– Billy

 

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Dear Kellie –

You are the love expert…

I’m 27 and I’ve set myself up for dating failure. No one ever asks me out and I’ve gotten to the point where I’m too scared to ask them out either. The idea of being rejected by someone I’m interested in is horrifying. I try and tell myself that it’s part of life and that if I don’t get over it I will be alone forever, but my fears just seem to get worse and worse as time goes by. I really need your advice on getting over myself in this mess. ANYTHING that will help is welcome. Thanks.

– Sean

 

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Dear Kellie –

You are the love expert…

So my husband of a month and I went to our neighbors game night over the weekend. We played this sort of newlywed game against two other new couples who aren’t even married yet. I am ashamed to admit that my husband and I came in dead last on the game. LAST! I was humiliated. The questions were super simple. My husband should have known them! It was his fault we lost. I did just fine. But now it’s got me thinking that he barely knows me. Did we make a mistake and get married before we truly knew each other? If he doesn’t even know my favorite flavor of gum, he must not care about the details of me, right?

– Sandra

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