Dear Carolyn: My wife and five of her female high-school friends (from several decades ago) have, in recent years, held a reunion, rotating among the ladies' homes around the country. One of the friends, "Angie," is dangerously obese.
Updated: July 04, 2010, - 02:14 PM
Dear Carolyn: We have an unmarried 30-year-old daughter who is involved with an unmarried 30-year-old father of two children, ages 3 and 4 months.
Updated: June 20, 2010, - 03:54 PM
Editor's Note: Carolyn Hax is on vacation. While she is away, readers weigh in.
Updated: June 13, 2010, - 03:58 PM
Dear Carolyn: My husband's angry with me over a minor issue. I apologized, but it's been several days and I'm still getting the silent treatment.
Updated: June 06, 2010, - 03:46 PM
Dear Carolyn: My brother's wife just gave birth to very premature, very sick twins. They will probably spend months in the hospital and one is likely to have severe developmental issues. My brother is panicking.
Updated: April 11, 2010, - 02:21 PM
Dear Carolyn: My best friend has been trying unsuccessfully for over a year to date a girl who cares for him deeply as a friend but who I just don't believe is into him romantically.
Updated: March 28, 2010, - 03:33 PM
While Carolyn's away, readers give the advice.
Updated: March 21, 2010, - 02:07 PM
Dear Carolyn: My mother-in-law pats my daughter's belly after dinner and says, "That's disgusting! Look at that round belly! How horrible!" She's kind of joking, but I don't like it. My daughter is 1, but I still don't like it. And other female relatives have said Mother-in-Law's comments had a big effect on them. She's in her late 70s -- I don't think she's going to change much. So how do I counter the comments, brush them off, drown her out?
Updated: February 21, 2010, - 04:41 PM
Friends' separation (and pregnancy) cause issues.
Updated: February 18, 2010, - 04:33 PM