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The Stay-at-Home order has unfortunately increased your requests to be on Make Up or Break Up! Today we meet Justine from SeaTac who has written to Fitz for help with her boyfriend Ed who she has now realized is one of “those people” everyone is complaining about who is hoarding toilet paper. She says it’s not just toilet paper but all kinds of other supplies and she is concerned that he seems to be a paranoid doomsday-prepper. She says she was willing to let it go until she gave a pack of TP to her elderly neighbor and he freaked out. When Ed comes on he says this is an actual doomsday, and no one knows how long it will last, and he thinks it’s perfectly reasonable to stock up, thinking it’s better to have too much than not enough. As far as helping the next-door neighbor, he doesn’t want to become the “outpost” for a bunch of people who didn’t prepare. They both seem really reasonable but it’s clear that Justine is at the end of her rope and Ed’s doomsday could be coming from inside the house.

Willing Northwest couples write us for advice on their relationship issues. We put them on the air to hear them out, and you play therapist; Should they Make Up or Break Up?

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