Our daughter turns 5 soon, and my wife still breastfeeds her to bed every night and wakes her a few times a night for more breastfeeding.
One reason gay people have “issues,” as you put it, is because they have to endure opposition and nonacceptance from the family members they love.
My boyfriend’s best friend asked if we could drive an hour to visit them and their children on Saturday.
I am a happily married man. I’m also a part of my church’s worship team and at the church three times a week. Two ladies are active in the church almost as much as I am.
Dear Abby: When I met my husband, he dressed impeccably – suits, sharp sport coats, monogrammed shirts, freshly pressed dress slacks, top-of-the-line leather shoes.
Dear Abby: We moved to the country, but we’re not really far out of town.
Dear Abby: I need advice badly.
A few weeks ago, I was diagnosed with stage 4 colon cancer.
I had a brief affair with a married man 36 years ago. “Jerry” had left his wife after learning she was sleeping with his best friend.
My adult son passed away two years ago at a young age. We were very close while he was growing up. He married young, and I maintained a great relationship with both him and his wife.
Dear Abby: I’m 37 and still single.
Dear Abby: I have three sisters who won’t come to visit me.
Dear Abby: My husband is retired.
Dear Abby: I recently started dating a man who, until now, has been everything I wanted – respectful, kind, caring, funny, the list goes on.
My boyfriend, “Chris,” and I were planning on moving in together. We went apartment hunting and created a realistic budget we could both maintain.
Dear Abby: I am part of a small social ladies group.
Dear Abby: My divorced 38-year-old brother is addicted to opiates.
Dear Abby: Six years ago, my husband of 20 years was in a serious accident.
Dear Abby: Once I announced my engagement, my already thin, fit mother went on a diet and lost 20 pounds.
My husband’s brother split from his wife, “Charlotte,” five years ago and now works and lives in another country. The brothers are still quite close.
My son, a junior in college, is trying to get a summer job. His degree is challenging, and he has a good work ethic plus job experience.
Dear Abby: I am a 17-year-old senior and have been dating the same boy for two years.
Dear Abby: My mom is a recovering alcoholic.
Dear Abby: My son’s girlfriend confided to me that my son, age 35, is cross-dressing.
Dear Abby: When I was 70, I started taking drama classes twice a week (I still do).
My daughter is graduating from high school and will be starting college. It was always her plan to go to a school away from our small town, and I supported that decision. However, six months ago she started dating her first real boyfriend.
My second-oldest sister wants to plan an elaborate road trip this summer that involves renting an RV and driving cross-country with our nieces to visit Disneyland. She feels that since I have the summer off, I should be more than happy to go on this trek.
Dear Abby: I am in my 30s and moved out of my parents’ home 10 years ago.
Dear Abby: I’m writing in response to the man who wants to keep his cancer prognosis secret until he nears the end (“Keeping It to Myself,” Jan. 11).
Dear Abby: My wife of 20 years has been electronically unfaithful.
Dear Abby: I have been in a relationship for four years.
My elderly father remarried after my mother died two years ago. He married an acquaintance who is 30 years younger at the courthouse with no friends or family in attendance.
Is there a polite way to refuse giving store clerks personal information? It seems like every time I shop, the clerks demand email, phone number, even birthdate, and they get testy when I say I just want to complete my purchase.
Dear Abby: I have been communicating with this girl I work with who is currently seeing a guy she’s been with for four years.
Dear Abby: “Ron” and I have been married 20 years and have two children.
Dear Abby: My husband and I have been married for a few months and are expecting our first child.
My ex-wife and I were married for 29 years. Then she had an affair with a co-worker’s husband. Now that we’re divorced, she thinks we should be the best of friends!
I am a 32-year-old woman whose mother and grandmother told me about our proud Native American heritage all my life.
Dear Abby: My sister-in-law, a mother of four, just had a miscarriage at five months.
Dear Abby: My husband, Tom, and I have three kids: One is in college, the next is in grade school and the youngest is a baby.
Dear Abby: I have been married to my wife for 10 years.
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.