THIS WEEK'S DEAR JOHN LETTER!
My husband and I have been together for 6 years and have two young kids. We're happy. I think. I'm a collector. I keep things that bring back memories. I have boxes of photos, newspaper articles, tickets from big events, and stuff from the kids' activities. Well, it builds up. So I started getting rid of some of the junk to reduce the clutter. In the process, my husband came across a photo of me with the drummer of a pretty popular band from a concert I went to 15 years ago. Way before we even knew one another! He asked about it and I told him the story about how I met the band after the show and ended up having a one night stand with the drummer. Later that night, we were going to bed and he wanted to know why I never told him about this and was hiding this picture from him. I told him I was not hiding anything, it was in a box of stuff from my college years. I feel like he was being a baby. I told him to grow up, and to stop being jealous. This morning, he's not speaking to me and is obviously really upset. What do I do now?
Do I Throw Away The Photo?
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