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Question: Dr Joy, what do I do about a boyfriend who I love very much who is insisting on continuing a phone relationship with a serious ex-girlfriend. Joy Browne: If this guy is good for you, expecting him to dump all other contacts isn't wise. I know he's a guy, but either you trust him or you don't. My personal rule of thumb is never before you know their middle name (and no fair asking on the first date).

During the break with no contact, you can decide if you miss each other enough to try again, and both of you will have the chance to see who else is out there with whom you might have a better chance for what both of you want. Since these days you've got to talk about condoms and safe sex as well as contraceptives, you want to make sure you trust this person.

How can I judge, on a first date, whether to open the door for her or not? Good manners are always in fashion, and if she can't be polite enough to accept your good manners, then maybe she needs a bit of finishing school. It's fun when both of you are trying to be really polite to one another. How do I get a little romance back in the relationship?

Question: I never know whether a woman will be impressed by chivalrous behavior or if it will offend her sense of gender equality.

Everyone adjusted to the problem, and when the problem goes away everything tumbles.

It's not used to describe any nurturing behavior (like women, for instance).

Have you ever read an online dating profile and tried to decipher the internet acronyms listed?

Then keep this list of acronyms handy (or print it off and post it by your computer for future reference) and you'll understand internet-related dating lingo in no time.

Chapter 7: Plotting the Perfect (Sorta) First Date. I'd let him walk and see what happens, and in the meantime, figure out what you want.

Either way, I think this guy is saying sayonara for now.

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