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Adapted from a recent online discussion. [Read More]
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Plus: My clock is ticking. How do I decide if I want kids before it's too late? [Read More]
Hiding behind a Kindle is OK, writes Carolyn Hax. But look up from time to time to facilitate daughter's friendships and show her the importance... [Read More]
The bigger question, writes Carolyn Hax, is what does the reader want from these exchanges with friends and strangers? [Read More]
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Question: I retired over a year ago from a fairly high-powered job that gave me worldwide recognition in my field. The decision to retire (in... [Read More]
Advice Columnist Carolyn Hax takes your questions and tackles your problems. [Read More]
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Get out of of your comfort zone, and maybe you'll blossom a little as she spreads her wings. [Read More]
Carolyn Hax responds to a woman disappointed that her teenage stepchildren have no interest in their newborn sister. [Read More]
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endearing, even - to be vulnerable and say you're at loose ends and anxious. [Read More]
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Question: I need someone to smack some sense into me. My parents were married for more than 40 years before my mom died very suddenly... [Read More]
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Everyone needs their alone time, it's how you express it that matters. [Read More]
Seeing a woman with reader's dad of course will bring up associations with reader's mom, writes Carolyn Hax. That's what familiarity and grief do. [Read More]
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Adapted from a recent online discussion. [Read More]
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Try to relate to these women as individuals and not as a replacement for Mom. [Read More]
Carolyn Hax suggests ways to respond when an invitation is forcefully rejected. [Read More]
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A reader is having difficulty in reconciling feelings about her widower father's new relationship. [Read More]
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Remember, it's not 1955; judging is bad; and well-behaved women seldom make history. [Read More]
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Come clean now before everyone is unhappy. [Read More]
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