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A reader is (rightly) troubled by her mother's fiancé's jealous behavior. But can she tell her that? [Read More]
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The president understands how American voters have has abandoned the Jeffersonian ideal of compromise in favor of the zero-sum game. [Read More]
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While on the receiving end of cooked meals, free services and generous gifts, a reader wonders where the line is between nice and annoying. [Read More]
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Part of being a good parent is modeling healthy boundaries for our children... [Read More]
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A reader asks how to say no to a pair of grown but still dependent children. [Read More]
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A reader who is obese asks how to confront her most hurtful — and most familiar — critic. [Read More]
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A reader wonders whether to tell her fiancé that she has slept with a couple of friends, and if "not telling" is the same as... [Read More]
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After her husband breaks his promise to abstain from drugs, a reader grapples with the fate of her relationship. [Read More]
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A hard-working waitress wonders if she'll ever be able leave her small town and get a higher education. The answer is yes! And the secret... [Read More]
As in the famous scene from "Annie Hall," a man wonders why his libido differs so drastically from his female partner. Time to bring in... [Read More]
A reader's romantic life is hampered by the fear that a partner, who won't cut ties with his ex, will be unfaithful. [Read More]
A mother worries that her daughter's live-in boyfriend, though funny and personable, is manipulative, materialistic and ignoring the biological clock. [Read More]
The creative impulse is driven not by personal or professional history, but uninhibited curiosity: the capacity to play around without judgment. [Read More]
Addressing a nagging feeling that the loss of a father when one was 19 is somehow "worse" than the same experience in middle age. [Read More]
The lesson to unlearn: a family refusal to talk about all the most important stuff. Please discuss, though it will feel uncomfortable at first. [Read More]
When she set boundaries with her family members, they cut her off emotionally. She's happier and healthier now but feels guilty about it. What to... [Read More]
Trump would be the epitome of a figurehead leaving the job to advisors from the alt-right or in Russia's pocket... [Read More]
There is something quintessentially American about political bumper stickers. They are dogmatic, occasionally witty and always provocative. If that's not an apt description of the... [Read More]
There is something quintessentially American about political bumper stickers. They are blunt, dogmatic, occasionally witty and always provocative. If that's not an apt description of... [Read More]
From "I Like Ike" and "All the Way with Adlai" to "Trump the Bitch" and "Yes, We Klan" — America's mobile rhetoric has changed a... [Read More]
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