Dear Annie: During the Suggest that your husband past 25 years, Youth Service see his doctor

and check his America has mobilized mil- testosterone levels and other lions of youth across the globe possible medical conditions. to do good in their communi- Then ask him to go with you ties -- an estimated 16 mil- for counseling so you can lion! These amazing kids do work on your communicaeverything from advocating tion and intimacy issues. If for more affordable housing he refuses, go without him to raising awareness about and decide what you can live organ donation, from tutoring with. But thank you for proyounger children to fundrais- viding a word of caution to ing to fight cancer, and all those who rush into marriage to raise awareness and solve and believe the other person the problems facing the world will change. today. Dear Annie: I’d like to To celebrate their inge- comment on the letter from nuity, idealism and passion, “Hands Tied in Michigan,” please remind your whose husband readers that the works out of state 24th Annual Global and sometimes Youth Service Day doesn’t call when will take place he’s back from dinApril 20-22, 2012. ner with the guys. More than 1,000 From my male national and global point of view, I’d partners in more say her husband is than 100 countries going out to topless will bring together bars with the guys, millions of young maybe even having people to strengthen Annie’s Mailbox sex with the striptheir communities pers after hours. through the power Obviously, he can’t of youth service. call home to “The Wife” if For more information, he’s with a young girl who your readers can visit www. thinks he’s not married, nor YSA.org and www.GYSD. can he answer his cellphone org. -- Sincerely, Steven in the topless bar, because A. Culbertson, President his wife would hear the loud and CEO, Youth Service music in the background. America The wife should hire a Dear Steven Culbertson: private investigator to follow Thanks so much for letting her husband around each eveus once again mention this ning after he gets off of work. worthwhile project. We hope One full week ought to reveal all our readers, young and whether he is partying more old, will check out the web- than he should be. -- A Man sites you mention and become Who Knows in New York involved in local volunteer Dear Male: Your cynical programs. It’s also a wonder- scenario is, of course, one posful educational opportunity sibility, but we hope there are for teachers and students. more benign reasons behind Dear Annie: I am in my the lack of phone calls. Annie’s Mailbox is writlate 40s, married for 13 years. I was widowed early in my ten by Kathy Mitchell and first marriage, and my hus- Marcy Sugar, longtime editors band is divorced with chil- of the Ann Landers column. dren. I knew from the start Please email your questions to that we were from different anniesmailbox@comcast.net, worlds and had few common or write to: Annie’s Mailbox, c/o Creators Syndicate, 737 interests, but I thought that 3rd Street, Hermosa Beach, CA would change over time. 90254. Now I wish we had dated longer. Over the past seven years, we have had little interaction. I do my thing, he does his. We haven’t been intimate or even affectionate for close to a year. We haven’t said “I love you” in forever. Our flame has blown out. I have tried to speak to my husband about this, and he says I am making something out of nothing. We both are still young. I want to be embraced by longing arms, say I love you and know it is reciprocated. I want to cuddle, laugh, share, talk, look into his eyes with excitement and feel wanted. I’d even love to go to the movies together and hold hands. Am I expecting too much? -- Roommate Dear Roommate: You might be expecting more than your husband is capable of giving, but it’s not too late to address it and figure out your best course of action.

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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11, 2012 The possibilities for more personal achievement than usual in the year ahead look particularly encouraging. A word of warning, however: Be careful not to attempt to do too much simultaneously or everything could come a cropper. ARIES (March 21-April 19) -- Success shouldn’t be denied you unless you get impatient and start to judge events before you have all the facts at your disposal. Hold your horses. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) -Just because you don’t get everything you want is no reason to feel sorry for yourself. Concentrate on what you did get and count your blessings, not the ones that got away. GEMINI (May 21-June 20) -- Instead of feeling obligated to do business with the same firm you’ve always gone to, try another company that is offering you a deal. Sentiment won’t save you dollars. CANCER (June 21-July 22) -- If you fail to stick to an earlier agreement and instead decide to break the pact you made, you’ll cause complications for yourself, as well as tarnish your image. Don’t do it. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) -- It’s fun to get together with friends and let it all hang out, but be careful to follow sensible health habits or you’ll pay a price. Remember, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) -- If you’re anticipating getting something for nothing, it’ll make you quite vulnerable to a canny manipulator. Don’t be anyone’s puppet. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) -- If you sense there is something wrong in a valued relationship, you should bring the matter out into the open. An honest, frank discussion should get things back on track. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) -- Trying to rationalize your troubles away never works -- it can be your worst enemy. This is especially so if it encourages you to postpone attending to a matter that needs immediate attention. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec. 21) -- It won’t be one of your better days for managing personal resources if you are more reactive than introspective. Think of the consequences before you do anything. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) -- The results of your involvements are likely to be exactly as you anticipate. Be sure to think positive about everything and do what leads to victory, not defeat. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 19) -- Although you normally keep everything you can out in the open, you might be tempted to resort to some subterfuge. Because this isn’t your usual style, it’ll make you very uncomfortable. PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20) -If you’re going to do something for a friend, do it out of the kindness of your heart and not in hopes of looking good and/or being rewarded.
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