Aunt Savvy will consider answering your questions for the advice site
She seeks questions having to do with typical relationship, etiquette, and sticky social situation problems. You may submit your questions anonymously. Even if you submit your real name, your personal info (name, address, e-mail) will not be revealed.
When you submit a question, include a specific dilemma, much like the scenario shown in My Girlfriend is Pulling Away....
That way, your question will be more likely to be accepted for posting on the Please Be Advised site.
Sorry, but Aunt Savvy will not be able to answer any questions, except those published on the site. This is currently a one-person operation!
Aunt Savvy's advice is free. If your question is accepted for the site, you pay nothing.
Please note that Aunt Savvy is not an expert in serious psychological and medical issues. If you suffer from a serious mental or medical problem, you need to see a professional. Check your local Yellow Pages or YellowPages.com (scroll down to the bottom of the page for your state) for more information.
If you are feeling suicidal, read here for some quick resources so that you can seek help. This link (not affiliated with the Please Be Advised site) has no ads or pop ups and can help you get started on the road to recovery. The author of that website seems to be a caring person who understands what it means to be depressed and at the edge.
The advice that Aunt Savvy offers is just that: advice from an objective third party. In the end, you must decide for yourself whether to follow Ms Please's suggestions.
In fact, Aunt Savvy urges you to seek a second and even third opinion, preferably from another objective party who has no vested interest in your decision.
Are you ready?