Today's social dilemma came "Chuck" (not his real name-you'll understand why once you read the email). He's in a situation we've probably all been in in one way or another. This is his email: Hi Jaime, First off please don't use my real name if you use my dilemma because I don't want my wife to know I'm writing to you. Here's my situation: I recently got remarried to a wonderful woman. We've been together about two years. My problem is that she just got her haircut, and it just doesn't look good. Of course, she asked me what I thought of it, but I just said "you're always beautiful to me." Thankfully she didn't question me past that. But I really don't like it at all. I don't think it flatters her. Now she really is always beautiful to me, but my question is this, should I have told her the truth when she asked me? Should I have said that it didn't look great? My last marriage ended in divorce and I don't want to start this one on the wrong foot. What is the best way to handle this situation? My friends say never tell her it looks bad, but I believe in honesty. So what should I do? Please help me out. I want this marriage to go the distance. Thanks! "Chuck" Well, I am a believer in honesty, but that being said, I have had my feelings hurt when someone has told me that my new haircut didn't look so great. It's a fine line. What do you think? Let's help "Chuck" out. Let me know on the TRY Facebook page.
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