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Hey there, ladies! Your reactions to the “Bad Boys & Addictions” article was swift and enthusiastic. Turns out that almost every woman has had some kind of experience with bad boys, not all of them healthy. Most gratifying were the responses from some of you saying, “Omigod, this is happening to me right now! Thanks for opening my eyes. Time to take out the trash!”

This post really hit me. I’m in a similar situation; however, I believe he’s the first man I’ve ever truly loved. He has commitment issues and will never really settle down with me. I’ve come to realize that he is not good for me and have left twice but he has come back every time without promising me a future.

Your advice is apt. I am addicted and need to figure out what I want and move on. Thank you. I’ve told myself I can do this.

For 8 years now, I've been running HUGS for THUGS / Enter to Grow in Wisdom , a sendoff event for rising Harvard freshmen. One of the biggest pieces of advice that I dispense to them is to take language classes. Universities generally do a fantastic job of teaching them, they're a super-useful lifelong skill, and they're generally an easy 'A'. You just can't go wrong.

The big question is, which languages should you take? Here's my $0.02 on which to take, with ratings for each. I've taken lessons in French, Italian, Spanish, German, Swedish, Portuguese and Chinese, so those are based on firsthand experience:

Chinese. Everyone's talking about how China is going to take over the world. Whether or not that is true is irrelevant to the fact that if you become any kind of entrepreneur or businessperson, you're certain to deal with China. Printing, manufacturing, outsourcing, construction, finance -- it's all there.

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Hey there, ladies! Your reactions to the “Bad Boys & Addictions” article was swift and enthusiastic. Turns out that almost every woman has had some kind of experience with bad boys, not all of them healthy. Most gratifying were the responses from some of you saying, “Omigod, this is happening to me right now! Thanks for opening my eyes. Time to take out the trash!”

This post really hit me. I’m in a similar situation; however, I believe he’s the first man I’ve ever truly loved. He has commitment issues and will never really settle down with me. I’ve come to realize that he is not good for me and have left twice but he has come back every time without promising me a future.

Your advice is apt. I am addicted and need to figure out what I want and move on. Thank you. I’ve told myself I can do this.

It's 5.30pm on Friday night, and you have a date for 8pm. You're really eager to spend time with this new guy you've met. He says he's made a reservation at the hottest new restaurant in town, and you've been anticipating this since Monday when you agreed to go out with him. It's the highlight of your long week.

You arrive home, put down your handbag and take off your jacket, wondering whether you're going to wear that red off-the-shoulder number or the more subdued black dress. And shoes -- which shoes. when the ringing of your phone interrupts your train of thought. It's him. He says his boss called him in to help prepare for tomorrow's client presentation. He cancels on you.

If you've ever dated, something like this has happened whether you're male or female. People cancel at the last minute, change their minds, break promises, don't show up, behave strangely, antagonize you capriciously, get moody and ruin an otherwise perfectly nice evening.

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