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Dr. Andrea advises a parent who's looking for the right thing to say to a disapproving colleague, and another reader who objects to her fiance's choice of best man: his unreliable brother.

Dr. Andrea helps a reader who wants his own place but feels guilty, and another reader whose Mr. Right turns downright ugly when he drinks.

Dr. Andrea helps a reader whose partner doesn't seem to want to change her careless ways, and another reader who's miffed that a brother is taking money from their parents for grad school.

Dr. Andrea advises a reader who wonders if a healthy marriage requires a joint banking account, and another reader who wants her boyfriend to get off her back about her therapy.

Dr. Andrea helps a brokenhearted parent of two warring siblings, and advises a reader who's tired of feeling hurt and jealous over friends' gatherings.

Dr. Andrea helps a reader who doesn't feel right asking his sister to conceal her love, and another reader who finds the guilt from cheating impossible to overcome.

Dr. Andrea advises a reader who wants to break her husband's addiction, and also helps a student whose first choice for college might upset a good friend.

Dr. Andrea helps a woman who isn't up for the challenge of another kid, despite her husband's wishes, and a reader wondering whether those exes were just interested in networking.

Dr. Andrea helps a reader caught in a caffeinated crossfire, and advises a woman whose sister is stealing all the credit for their mother's big birthday bash.

Dr. Andrea offers advice to a mother with too much on her plate, and to another reader who fears her reclusive father is suffering from depression.

Dr. Andrea helps a reader whose parents have quite a grip, and another reader who wonders whether her estranged husband's drug problems should preclude him from seeing their young daughter.

Dr. Andrea helps a reader who isn't sure a clean break is the way to go, and another reader who's looking for more from his recently divorced girlfriend.

Dr. Andrea helps a reader who's sick and tired of Bro's hurtful comments, and another reader who can't get her boyfriend to tell his parents they're dating.

Dr. Andrea helps a reader who's desperate for a good guy, and another reader who can't get past her parents' decision to leave her sister a bigger chunk of their estate.

Dr. Andrea has advice for a mother who's tired of hearing about her BFF's perfect child, and she helps another reader who's considering cheating with an office flirt.

Dr. Andrea helps a reader who's no longer in sync with her man, and another reader who wonders why everyone else her age has found love yet she's come up empty.

Dr. Andrea helps a reader unsure of the next step to weight loss, and advises another reader who wishes her friends weren't so mean.

Dr. Andrea advises a reader who wants her boyfriend's mother to see the real her, and helps another reader who's thinking of bailing on bridesmaid duty.

Dr. Andrea helps one reader who doesn't trust her stepmother and another who's afraid to act on her infatuation with a co-worker.

Dr. Andrea helps a husband who's tired of his wife's disinterest in sex, and a senior whose limp has become a sore subject.

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