This is one of the more touchy subjects we have had in a while.

We save the middle of the traditional work week, Wednesday, for some group therapy on the Wakin' Up with CJ and Jess Show. We call it "We Gotcha Wednesday" and to be a part of it all you need to do is read the email that we got from a fellow Wolf listener and do your best to give them some good advice.

So let's dim the lights, light a candle and get comfortable on the couch as this weeks email is a BIG one from a Hudson Valley guy looking for some help in dealing with his fiance durning quartinine. He wrote us...

"Hey, I was hoping that you guys might be able to help me out. I love my fiance more than anything in the world. We haven't had any real problems or arguments during the quarantine but there is a problem I have that I've kept to myself. She has been completely off of work during all of this and when I say off, I mean she has taken a vacation from EVERYTHING. All she has been wearing everyday is yoga pants and big sweatshirts. I mean EVERYDAY! That's it. She doesn't do her hair, she just pulls it back every day into a ponytail or a bun thing. She just lays around all day watching TV and sleeping. Not to mention, she's actually gained a little weight. I don't want to make this a huge thing but I'm still here and still want her to be the woman I fell in love with. I know if I say something to her it'll become a problem but it's already a problem for me. She has given up and just doesn't care anymore. Should I say something? How do I bring it up?"

We warned you that it was a touchy one this week. Do you have any advice for this guy? If this was you how would you handle it, say something or just let it go until we start to get back to some form of normal?

Ladies if this was you would you want your man to say something to you? Call or text us your advice though the Wolf app and let's try to save this engagement.

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