He’s lying about it, too. What should I do?
I want to keep up a relationship with her, but she keeps making hurtful comments about my appearance.
I’m struggling to connect with my soon-to-be stepkids, and it’s harming the household dynamic.
We’ve been growing apart lately, after he got married.
I thought we were wedding-invitation close. She, apparently, did not.
I can’t tolerate his attitude toward my mom, so I’m considering not talking to him anymore.
I love her, but her criticism just pushes me away.
My 26-year-old son has been through a lot. Is it possible to support him emotionally and financially while nudging him toward independence?
I know looks aren’t everything, but I can’t stand the way my body is changing as I age.
She constantly throws little jabs at me, and I can’t take any more of her abuse.
We've since broken up, and I'm worried it'll affect our future relationships in ways that we don't know yet.
I think my grandson needs some help, but I’m not sure how much advice I’m allowed to give as a grandparent.
I’m 40 now, and I feel like a fool.
She’s 32, and she blames me for her unhappiness.
I feel a rush of longing when I see a cute baby, but I can’t tell if I’m ready to have one of my own.
She got into her top-choice graduate programs, and now wants me to move to a place where there aren’t many opportunities for me.
I appreciate them. He doesn't accept them. How can I make everyone happy?
I feel an urge to get in touch, but I’m worried my adoptive parents will be hurt.
Should I be worried about how much responsibility he’ll take on as a dad?
We were married for 47 years, and I can’t picture life without her.