Her daughter wants financial help in renting a new place, but Mom is worried about alienating the family.
Children use simple words to express complicated feelings, but such a term presents a teaching opportunity.
After coming through for a niece, a reader’s sister now wants her to buy equal gifts for her other children.
A reader senses she’s losing her former best friend, who has a new life. Is their relationship salvageable?
A sibling needs to control the urge to reveal the affair and instead invest herself in their bid to patch things up.
Where’s the line between being noble and being a martyr?