Advice Columnist Carolyn Hax takes your questions and tackles your problems.
Readers give the advice while Carolyn Hax is away.
A woman whose stepfather’s condition is terminal is trying to prepare herself for his death.
The older sister, who is also planning marriage, thinks her younger sister is being impetuous with union.
Father is troubled by wife’s insecurity over his daughter’s professional accomplishments.
He says his wife is “amazing,” but her temper is costing the couple their friends.
They don’t talk about finances, kids or why his divorce still hasn’t happened; are they ready to talk about nuptials?
Say thank you to the dumper for any non-spiteful candor, don’t try to score points, and don’t beg to reconcile.
An uncle raised his niece and loves her like his own. Now he’s asked to treat her sibling the same way.
Sure, her daughter is pretty. But mother worries about how those compliments are affecting her child.
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