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Dear Ann Landers,
That letter from "Jack Sprat II" really irked me. He said his wife's extra poundage turned him off. If this guy hasn't made love to his wife in four years, there's more wrong with him than diabetes and an obese wife. I am also diabetic, and my wife is 100 pounds heavier than she should be, but I love her with all my heart. Does Jack seriously think HE is as attractive as he was when they married? I'll bet he isn't. I know I'm not. His wife may need counseling to curb her overeating, but Jack could use some counseling to improve his lousy attitude and learn to appreciate the woman he has. A good woman, of any size, is hard to find. I am profoundly grateful for mine. -- Tom in Miami

Dear Tom,
Beautifully said. And now, I hope your wife appreciates YOU.

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Our Reader to Reader Question of the Week:

Dear Readers,
,This guy is a good friend, calls me a lot. If I don't answer he asks me to call him. Few times he said he would call but did not. Us it forgetful,distracted, or something else?

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