My mom nags me all the time, and my grandpa’s health is declining. What can I do to be happier?
Would it make things better or worse to tell them how he abused me, more than 10 years later?
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On one hand, we don’t get along. On the other, he lives 10 minutes away.
And I worry that if my now-boyfriend cheated with me, he might cheat on me.
I feel a need to help them understand she's wired differently. Should I intervene?
Should I just accept that this will be a celibate marriage? Should I leave?
She refuses to hang out with him, and it’s destroying our friendship.
Her constant criticism makes interacting with her difficult, and I don’t know how to respond.
It seems like they’re picking sides, and I don’t know how to respond.
How should we decide how many children are right for our family?
Will my toddler be okay? I’m worried about parenting solo.
Everyone tells me she should be there for the birth of my child, but I just don’t trust her.
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.
My 26-year-old son has been through a lot. Is it possible to support him emotionally and financially while nudging him toward independence?