How do you tell your own mother how to live?
April 6, 2015 Dear Annie: I am expecting my first child. My mother is a wonderful, intelligent 68-year-old woman. She is also bipolar and seems incapable of keeping herself physically healthy and her house clean. more »»
Totally fed up with husband’s daughter
April 2, 2015 Dear Annie: I have been married to “Jerry” for 10 years. We each have adult daughters from previous relationships. Jerry has a peculiar relationship with his daughter, “Serena. more »»
Proper protocol for a long-distance wedding
April 1, 2015 Dear Annie: My son lives in California and is going to marry a local girl in the fall. Our entire family lives in the Midwest. My husband and I, along with our daughter’s family, will attend. more »»
Sex becoming even more difficult
March 31, 2015 Dear Annie: My husband and I have been married for three years and lived together for 15 years before that. Sex has always been difficult. Last week, I found him masturbating outside in the backyar. more »»
What can I do to get my friend back?
March 30, 2015 Dear Annie: I am a 13-year-old boy, and I’m too embarrassed to talk to my parents about this. I have been best friends with “Danny” since the first grade. We are like brothers. more »»
Crossdresser has concerns
March 24, 2015 Dear Annie: I’m a 24-year-old male who has been crossdressing since the age of 8. It started with collecting my own bras and panties, and now I have an entire wardrobe of women’s clothing. more »»
When is it finally my turn?
March 18, 2015 Dear Annie: I married “Oliver” 20 year ago, and we moved to a small Midwestern city where Oliver was offered a well-paying job. more »»
Woman wants to create an escape plan
March 17, 2015 Dear Annie: For four years, I have been trying to leave an abusive marriage. I’ve been working with various agencies that are budget strapped and overwhelmed with clients. more »»
Recognizing ‘Kick Butts Day’ Wednesday
March 16, 2015 Dear Annie: My grandmother picked up her first cigarette when she was 11, beginning an addiction that ultimately would take her life. Her story is unfortunately common. more »»