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  • Joe

    Does anyone else think Prudence, is a bit of a man hating bag?  I mean that in the kindest way of course!

    • Anonymous

      Kind of sour.

    • Anonymous

      No way!  I’m sure she likes guys, and I think she’s hot, too.

      • Joe

        Oh, I agree she’s kind of hot, but have you ever seen her side with a man?  She’s damaged goods and she’s got an axe to grind.  Too bad, huh!

        • Anonymous

          I don’t read her advise column regularly, but I have to agree with her advise to the wife whose husband is spying on her computer and e mails.  Get rid of the creep!

          Also, she wrote a piece about her “molesters” for Slate that I read about a month ago.  It was pretty interesting.  One of the molesters was Father Drinan –  (remember him?) –  And it drew a lot of outrage from those who liked Drinan, most of them pretty far leftists, so I liked her for that.

    • Anonymous

      Mostly women write about men problems. Most of the problems are by not nice men.
      I’m fairly sure if women wrote,” my husband is great, he cleans up after dinner, washes the floor, toilets, windows, buy me flowers and jewels, is always respectful and kind. Never hits me or calls me names. Never tells me what to do, doesn’t care how long I’m on the computer or cares where I go or what I do”, Prudence would probably says “Lets clone that guy”

      • sassyfrazz

        Ha ha ha…true, true!

  • Anonymous

    I can tell you one thing, if the woman in the first letter does not get out now it will get worse. This man will ramp up, like Pru said, you will wake one day with this man ready to kill you over something he thinks he has found. For a whole year before you got married he spied on her computer…but that is all because other than that she is happy…geez, give me a break.

    • Anonymous

      He may just file a protection order on his wife, make her homeless, take her things, leave her in debt, and divorce her instead.

      • Anonymous

         That would be better than being married to a psychopath. At least she would be alive.

      • Anonymous

        She should go get a lawyer right off to protect her self from that

  • Anonymous

      this is all made up questions for entertainment, pure bs

  • Anonymous

    What wannabe Ladies` Home Journal drivel.  If this was an actual person that was writing in, I would ask her just one question:

    Why would you be nervous about what you are doing behind your husband`s back?  Another lover perhaps?  Obsessed with porn?  Secretly manipulating him financially?

    Just goes to show that it is not just men out there that are creeps.  You women thrive off the right to monitor what men do, but we have no right to make sure that our lives are protected as well…

    …what a double standard. 

    Thanks, Prudence.  Your reputation as a man-hating misogamist is secure for ages to come.

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