There is an advice column at the Sun called Dear Deidre and although Deidre does get some fascinating letters from people, she gives some of the worst advice imaginable because she always starts with the presumption that the woman involved can’t possibly be at fault for anything that’s going wrong. For example, take this case:
I’m 27 and got married four years ago. My husband is 28. He is a traditional bloke who finds it hard to express his emotions and tends to think of himself first.
Eighteen months ago, a new guy started at the department store where I work.
He’s warm, funny and understanding — the opposite of my husband — and we quickly became best friends.