Harlan: I'm 20 years old, and I'm already balding pretty bad. It's my hairline
and the top of my head. It's getting worse, and I have a good feeling I'm going
to lose a significant amount of hair by the time I'm done with college.
Harlan: I'm headed off to college in the fall. The school I will be attending
has a roommate search tool, and I plan to live in the honors dorm. After a few
days of waiting for a potential roommate, a student found me on Facebook.
Readers: Several weeks ago, I asked for your help to stop a college student
from driving drunk. Thank you for the responses. The first one I've included is
a handwritten letter from a convicted drunk driver serving time.
Harlan: As a full-fledged member of the Getting Naked Experiment, I'm all about
putting on my thongs and getting into more rooms. I've been on a few dates,
some good, some terrible, which is to be expected.
Dear Readers: I'm disturbed. I was recently
visiting a college campus when something happened that's never happened before.
Before my event, I like to have dinner with students. It was during a lighthearted
dinner conversation when a student casually revealed that he often drives
drunk. His tone was so casual; he could have been asking to pass the ketchup.
Harlan: My boyfriend goes to school in Florida and I only see him during long
breaks. I haven't seen him since before Christmas. My problem is that he told
me that he is going to the military ball with a girl who he says he is just
friends with, but I know that she gave him oral sex on the tennis court before
we started dating.
Dear Harlan: I'm a 62-year-old divorced male. I've been alone for 12
years since the divorce from my wife. The older I get, the more I feel
it would be nice to have a girlfriend. But there are several obstacles
Harlan: My relationship with my sister is strained. She always seems to have a
problem, but she will never let me help her out. How can I support and help her
when she won't let me? I'm getting to the place where I'm ready to give
up. Help.– Sad Sibling
Harlan: I'm not one to jump into bed with someone I just met. Well, the other
night, I met a guy and slept with him the same night. We've gotten together a
couple more times and I really like him. I know you tell people to make it easy
without being easy. Is there hope? I'm sorry I was easy.