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Our daughter is 6 and has been getting teased a little at school.
She is starting to become socially withdrawn and is afraid of going out in public because occasionally both children and their parents ask about her birthmark.
Emily Yoffe, aka Dear Prudence, is on weekly to chat live with readers. (Sign up here to get Dear Prudence delivered to your inbox each week. Things were going great for me, my daughter and my relationship with "Tim." Tim and I were set up by a mutual friend who is a professor at the college my daughter attends. I feel like I am in a horribly-written daytime soap opera.
Parenting, Dating: I've been divorced for five years, raised a wonderful daughter who is in her fourth year of college, and started dating a wonderful man one year ago.
I'm 30 and she is 32, and her biological clock has been loudly ticking since we got together.
The thing is, it has become starkly clear to me that I chose the wrong field.
I have heard testimony from kids who have had too-prominent ears surgically pinned back who say how great it felt to finally look like everyone else.
I feel very sorry for her as she is obviously grieving, but she is not understanding my position and I do not know how to tell her tactfully "thanks but no thanks." How do I let this grieving woman down gently without having to lay out word for word my exact feelings about my deadbeat-dad ex to her? A: The friend is not getting the message, so you need to say that you understand her grief, but you simply do not have room for her in your life and unfortunately you two simply cannot get together.