Dear Abby: I have been married 14 years and have two children.
I am a 53-year-old woman who has finally met a kind, decent man after many abusive relationships.
I’m a disabled middle-aged woman, married for 15 years. From the beginning, there was never much passion between my husband and me, but we’re friends.
Remember, that decision was made many years ago. What if you find her and she’s married with children? Would it make you feel better or worse?
Your son’s reaction was immature. He should understand that sometimes circumstances can change.
Dear Abby: I’m frustrated that guests in my home almost never use the guest towels I’ve put out for them in the bathroom. Why do they do this?
Dear Abby: I have been trying to get healthy for years and recently lost a lot of weight.
My 15-year-old daughter, “Jenny,” went to a sleepover with her two best friends from school last Friday, “Penny” and “Ginger.” Penny’s parents went out and left the girls alone.
My 92-year-old mother lives alone, still drives and manages by herself with a feral cat she took in. She’s dealing with heart failure, but doing well on her meds. I am 70, an only child, married, retired and live six hours away.
Dear Abby: My granddaughter is getting married in seven months and I’m worried for her.
Dear Abby: I have been married for seven months, and my husband wants a second wife, something I do not agree with.
Dear Abby: Years ago, my husband and I hosted a St. Patrick’s Day party in our apartment for friends.
Dear Abby: I have been married two years, but my husband and I have been together for more than 10.
Dear Abby: I’m struggling because my stepson has chosen to get married on my birthday.
Dear Abby | March 4, 2018
Dear Abby: Occasionally, married friends will come to my husband and/or me venting about their marital problems.
My husband loaned a “dear friend” some money a year ago. She has yet to pay back a penny.
Dear Abby: My boyfriend, “Al,” and I have been together for two years off and on.
Dear Abby: My husband and I are 15 years apart in age.
I work so much that my son has stopped calling me “Mommy” and instead calls me by my name.
Dear Abby: I am a 70-year-old male former teacher and social worker.
Dear Abby: I suffer from a debilitating, rare, chronic illness.
Dear Abby: My psychiatrist’s office called and left a very sensitive voicemail about my bulimia on a message machine shared with other individuals.
This female relative has been asking about my son on social media because she has seen him in pictures with Bryan’s family.
Dear Abby: I am almost 62 and struggling to get through the day at work.
Dear Abby: When I was in my teens, and even into my 20s and 30s, I was a Plain Jane.
Dear Abby: My daughter and her boyfriend have been together for four years.
Dear Abby: My boyfriend, “Hal,” and I have been dating for a year and a half, living together for six months.
Dear Abby: My wife passed away two years ago at age 40 after a long bout with cancer.
When I was 16 and wanted to get married, my father suggested I write to Dear Abby
I’m not attracted to my husband.
Dear Abby: We have some friends who take a couple of expensive extended vacations each year.
Dear Abby: How old does a child have to be before she is able to choose a relative to live with?
My son bought me a car in 2012. I had no idea he was doing it. He traded my car in for this newer car.
I’m a 72-year-old married woman. My husband has atypical Parkinson’s and can no longer talk or walk.
Dear Abby: Our daughter, “Joan,” and her husband, “Frank,” have been married 19 years.
Dear Abby: I’m a 64-year-old woman, divorced for 27 years.
Dear Abby: A few months ago, I informed my bosses I was pregnant.
Dear Abby: I’m an 18-year-old guy who’s having troubles regarding my family.
Relative no longer wants to pay health insurance if niece continue to vacation.
Dear Abby: I have been married to my husband for 22 years.
Dear Abby: My middle-aged younger sister is 12 months into a midlife crisis.
Dear Abby: I have a good male friend whose company I have enjoyed very much.
Dear Abby: I’m a 50-year-old male engaged to be married to my elementary school sweetheart, “Marie.”
Seeing a child you love struggle with depression is such a helpless feeling.
Dear Abby: I recently was rejected for a job that would have turned into a career.
Dear Abby: I co-signed a college loan for my grandson.
Dear Abby: At what point does a man finally give up hope of finding a mate and accept that he may end up alone?
Dear Abby: I’m 28 and have been dating my boyfriend, “Spencer,” for 2 1/2 years.
Dear Abby: I have just learned that a neighbor lost his wife.