Ask Amy: How do I maintain our friendship after her Alzheimer’s diagnosis?
Letter writer’s “dearest friend in the world” was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s. How do they handle this?By Amy Dickinson
Carolyn Hax: Bungled divorce leads son to reject dad’s new partner
He ended his marriage “not very artfully,” and his teen son now refuses to meet his new partner.By Carolyn Hax
Miss Manners: Is it weird that I go back and visit my old workplace?
A letter writer enjoys visiting their old workplace but doesn’t like when former co-workers ask why they’re there.By Judith Martin, Nicholas Martin and Jacobina Martin
Ask Amy: Donor father wants biological siblings to meet
He raised one child and was a donor for another. Now he wants them to meet.By Amy Dickinson
Carolyn Hax: If relationship isn’t ‘fun,’ does that make you boring?
After partner breaks up over lack of fun in their relationship, a letter-writer worries that "I myself am not fun."By Carolyn Hax
Miss Manners: No matter your generation, you still need to say thank you
A 28-year-old letter writer says their generation doesn’t care about thank-you notes.By Judith Martin, Nicholas Martin and Jacobina Martin
Carolyn Hax: Worried about giving up on a ‘good man’ too soon
They broke up over values, communication and trust, but reader's having second thoughts because "he really does love me a lot."By Carolyn Hax
Ask Amy: Recently widowed sister sets big boundaries with her family
Letter writer is bewildered by recently widowed sister's lack of communication with the family.By Amy Dickinson
Ask Sahaj: My husband’s rigid retirement schedule is so boring
A reader feels guilty about how routine-driven and introverted their newly retired husband is.By Sahaj Kaur Kohli
Miss Manners: Should I say something to my new boss about his casual attire?
This letter-writer loves their boss but wonders whether they should talk to him about his clothes.By Judith Martin, Nicholas Martin and Jacobina Martin
Carolyn Hax: Partner’s family pushes back on choice not to have kids
A letter-writer is sure about not having kids, and partner is amenable to that — but partner's family is not.By Carolyn Hax
Ask Amy: Friend makes couple feel bad for not giving her more money
A couple made a new friend who has concerning spending habits and made them feel bad for not helping her more financially.By Amy Dickinson
Too late to report inappropriate teacher? Carolyn Hax readers give advice.
An adult weighs reporting the “cool kid” teacher who was inappropriate years ago and is still teaching today.By Carolyn Hax and Christine Loman
How can we stop the sibling bickering?
My 10-year-old son can get into a know-it-all mode with my 7-year-old daughters, then the fights start. How do I stop it?By Meghan Leahy
Miss Manners: Should I post online about my troublemaker neighbors?
Letter-writer wants to post details about new unfriendly neighbors online.By Judith Martin, Nicholas Martin and Jacobina Martin
Ask Amy: I’m afraid my online relationship is about to fall apart
They fell in love virtually, and big changes are making the letter-writer feel insecure in the relationship.By Amy Dickinson
Carolyn Hax: Friend’s fiance keeps finding ways to derail their plans
Whenever a close friend makes plans for them all to hang out, her fiancé finds a way to derail things.By Carolyn Hax
Ask Elaine: I’m repulsed by the idea of relocating to live with my wife
A reader in a long-distance marriage is no longer willing to relocate to live in the same town as their wife. Is this the end of their marriage?By Elaine Welteroth
Ask Amy: We’ve both cheated and I’m not in love anymore. Should I leave?
He cheated a few times, the letter writer cheated one time “to get back at him.” Is it time to end the marriage?By Amy Dickinson
Miss Manners: She wouldn’t let me bring a friend to her ‘fancy little shindig’
Letter writer is upset they couldn’t bring a friend to a formal ladies’ luncheon at their another friend’s home.By Judith Martin, Nicholas Martin and Jacobina Martin