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I love my girlfriend and I didn't/don't want to let her down (so I think coming clean to her dean is out), but I can't reconcile the guilt I feel at having let her pass my work off as her own. You are responsible for your actions, of course, and this very bad decision is yours to claim as your own. It would be one thing if she had made her own dubious academic decision, but she recruited someone else to help her cheat. Her behavior strikes me as not only irresponsible and dishonest, but selfish as well.However, your girlfriend is due for a hard look now, too. At least look at this hard enough to figure out (without telling yourself a whopper) whether this was outrageously out-of-character for her.My question is this: do I need to cut off all contact between now and "someday"?I am hoping that someday I miss my friend more than I miss my husband and can truly interact with him in a real way._______________________ Math: If "the effectiveness of, say, condoms is 85 percent for "typical" use (which I assume means not absolutely perfect use)," then the chance for failure each time is about 15% which means the chance of failure for two consecutive uses is 15% squared or about 2%.This sounds low until you realize there are plenty of people out there that use condoms in which case two failures in three months can be expected to happen pretty often.She is enrolled in a writing workshop, but recently procrastinated on a deadline and begged to submit one of my works in progress as her own.
Here's a fun little stat, from "Contraceptive Technology": "In one year, only two of every 100 couples who use condoms consistently and correctly will experience an unintended pregnancy--two pregnancies arising from an estimated 8,300 acts of sexual intercourse, for a 0.02 percent per-condom pregnancy rate." _______________________ Bethesda, Md.: My wife and her father are very close and on the whole I like him, but he has one aspect of his personality that drives me up the wall.Once again, I have always wanted kids and am thrilled by both pregnancies.On top of just being the best dad I can be, what else can I do to redeem myself here? The claim to being "diligent about protection" may mean you need a refresher on how these things work, since the effectiveness of, say, condoms is 85 percent for "typical" use (which I assume means not absolutely perfect use), and you had two failures in three months.In her daily column in The Washington Post Style section, Carolyn Hax offers readers advice based on the experiences of someone who's been there. Carolyn was online Friday, July 25 taking your questions and comments about her current advice column and any other questions you might have about the strange train we call life. Comments submitted to the chat may be used in the discussion group. I have always wanted children and am, despite the circumstances, very excited to be a father. You'll probably say this is the least of my worries right now, but how do I deal with the (understandable) assumptions people make about my past behavior because of this situation?
Hax is an ex-repatriated New Englander with a liberal arts degree and a lot of opinions and that's about it, really, when you get right down to it. Her answers may appear online or in an upcoming column. One of the mothers is my ex-fiancee and the other is a woman I dated casually for a short while after we broke the engagement.It wasn't a story I've submitted anywhere, so there's no danger of academic trouble on my end, but in the months since then, I have begun to feel a horrible, sick feeling about what we did.