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June 12, 2007


Filed under: Uncategorized — drpaul @ 11:47 pm

I recently received a question from a married lady who asked Dr. Paul if cyber- sex is considered to be adultery. It is my understanding that it is considered to be adultery in most states. Explicit one on one sexual communication with a member of the opposite or same sex certainly qualifies. The lady is married and is having cyber -sex with another man that she has intimately known from her past. Does it really take a rocket scientist to figure this out? Even if you had not had sex in the past with this person, it still qualifies (according to a law firm that was contacted) as adultery and can be considered to be grounds for divorce. In the event that a pre-nup is involved with an adultery clause  (and I am told that they all have unless specifically deleted) the injured party has no obligation of any sort including financial to the other party. A divorce could ensue without question. Porn sites on the other hand are not considered to be adultery since there is no one on one sexual communication  contact. The other party may not like it, or they may enjoy it too, but it is not grounds for divorce. If a pre-nup however, specifically addresses a particular action, then the perpetrator could be held accountable.

I know this must not really be a burning question to most of you… is?…what kind of people are Blogging on Dr. Paul’s site?…Who are you???…Who would have guessed!…Well, just because Dr. Paul’s initials are PRV (really true. my shirts are all monogrammed PRV)…does that mean that everyone else has  to be a PRV too???…ZOUNDS! Have I created a Monster?…or maybe  because Dr. Paul makes no moral or value judgments, everyone feels really good about sharing their feelings…have at it!


Funny Story!!!!

Filed under: Letters To Doc — drpaul @ 8:21 pm

A reader of my blog sent me this story, and I just had to share with everyone! 

I was walking down the street when I was accosted by a particularly
dirty and shabby-looking homeless woman
who asked me for a couple of dollars for dinner. I took out my wallet,
got out ten dollars and asked,
“If I give you this money, will you buy some chocolate with it instead
of dinner?”

“No, I had to stop eating chocolate years ago”, the homeless woman told me.

“Will you use it to go shopping instead of buying food?” I asked.

“No, I don’t waste time shopping,” the homeless woman said.
“I need to spend all my time trying to stay alive.”

“Will you spend this on a beauty salon instead of food?” I asked.
“Are you NUTS!” replied the homeless woman. “I haven’t had my hair done
in 20 years!”

Well,” I said, “I’m not going to give you the money.
Instead, I’m going to take you out for dinner with my husband and me

The homeless woman was shocked. “Won’t your h usband be furious with you
for doing that?
I know I’m dirty, and I probably smell pretty disgusting.”I said,
“That’s okay.
It’s important for him to see what a woman looks like after she has
given up shopping, hair appointments, and chocolate.”

 -Sent To Dr. Paul By   Maria Theresa C. Singlay

Acting One’s Age!

Filed under: Uncategorized — drpaul @ 8:16 pm

Let’s hear it for getting real about where you are! A recent listener/Blog reader had this to say about a woman he stopped dating…”I  had dated a woman who had two teen age daughters; she was pathetic. She tried to talk like them and dress like them and be their buds. She was living her own teen age years all over again, vicariously through her daughters.”…he went on to say that she was 47, and he  really liked her at first, but that turned him off…he went on…”I am not interested in someone who acts like an adolescent.” I replied that of course he isn’t, and that is the type of scenario that sit-coms are made of. He might try to talk to her, but I got the impression that it really wasn’t worth it to him. If he had brought this up, it would have been more trouble than it was worth. There are more people out there who have already gotten through the teen age experience, and they are not looking to do it again. In short, stay away from the “arrested development” cases. Ladies, are you listening to what this man is saying? By the way, he said that her mode of dress was silly looking since she was wearing clothes for teen agers…Wow, I’m impressed…NOT…another item came in from a female “friend” of a lady who has put on a few pounds…the weight gain has made her already short skirts even shorter…again the lady in question is mid 40’s…the friend said that her weight gain has been in the gut and in the butt…”…her skirts are so short that it is laughable”…”people are laughing at her behind her back”…the letter went on to say she is too stubborn about it to listen to her friend’s suggestions…Dr. Paul’s response?…we all gain weight and go on diets, and we really know how we look in clothes that become ill fitting and too short…we look like clowns..tell her to take a good look at herself, and be critical of what she sees…better yet, take some pictures of her…it won’t be pretty…try some videos, especially from the back…you know, wide load/short skirt…that type of thing…unfortunately, she is in that big river in Egypt, you know “DE-NILE”  


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