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Dr. Andrea helps a reader who thinks her friend needs to get a look of her own, and another writer wonders if it's time to track down the woman who got away.

Dr. Andrea advises a reader who'd rather not take a guilt trip south, and another reader who's afraid a kooky co-worker might just erupt in violence one day.

And another reader's son harbors anger for not getting a loan.

A reader's boyfriend keeps joking about replacing the pills, while another reader's boyfriend keeps in contact with his ex-girlfriends.

We test drove four of the most intense workout classes in the D.C.-area. Here's how they went.

Dr. Andrea guides a reader who's tired of watching her husband lash out at his deteriorating mom, and another reader who isn't sure what to say to a friend who was dumped by her fiance.

Dr. Andrea helps a reader who's sick of looking at provocative pics of a friend and his girls, and advises another reader who fears his wife's marijuana use is out of control.

Dr. Andrea helps a bride-to-be who's afraid the wife of her fiance's best friend will ruin her big day, and gives advice to a reader who doesn't like dating and is tired of talking about it.

Dr. Andrea advises a parent who doesn't want a birthday party (ever), and a reader who's considering reaching out to estranged friends.

Dr. Andrea helps frustrated parents deal with their unmotivated son, and counsels a once-overweight sibling whose still-overweight sister's acting resentful.

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