- Advice for your Everyday Life
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Section: relationships 

Dear Ann Landers,
I read the letter from "Married to the Monitor," who is bored with his wife because her interests are limited to family, church and career. His interests are reading and spending time on the computer. This man spends five hours a day online and has the gall to criticize his wife for being boring? Give me a break. I don't think she should bother with marriage counseling. She ought to dump the cyber-creep and find someone who shares her values. -- A Guy in Kentucky

Dear Kentucky,
You are probably right, but she didn't write to me. He did.

"Don't accept your dog's admiration as conclusive evidence that you are wonderful."
-Ann Landers