I love both my parents so much, but I’m definitely closer to my dad.
I'm the mother of an 8-year-old with autism.
My husband of three years informed me that he’d had a brief affair and fathered a baby.
"Disturbed in Texas" (June 5) was annoyed by the sound of a diabetic co-worker's "beeper" going off frequently.
My daughter is getting married.
Two years ago, I met a wonderful man online.
My daughter is pregnant with her second child.
Six months into the pandemic I was furloughed, then laid off a few months later.
I’m having difficulty understanding my husband’s obsession with pantyhose.
I'm 23 years old and caring for my two grandparents.
I have a much older sister who has become very religious.
My husband and I have been together for eight years, married for two.
I broke up with my boyfriend a few months ago, but I’m still having a difficult time getting over him.
Should a 23-year-old son pay room and board even though he spends little time at home and eats out often?
I have a half-sister who is 14 years younger, and there is a sensitive genealogical matter I have never shared with her.
I am a 31-year-old woman who has been in many relationships since high school.
My 40-year-old daughter has never worked.
I have always suffered from what I now know is social anxiety disorder.
My husband of 49 years had an affair two years ago with a woman younger than our daughter. The affair is over now, but I no longer trust him.
A few years ago, I asked a friend to accompany me to a concert for which I offered her a free ticket.
My sister’s husband died by suicide several years ago while they were in the middle of a divorce.
I recently moved back to my hometown after being away for six years.
I am afraid for my daughter.
Several months after we met, my partner asked me to move into her home.
I’m a woman in my early 60s.
I am dating a slightly older divorced man.
I just found out I’m pregnant with our third child, a “surprise” baby.
I've been divorced from my husband of 18 years for two years, separated for three.
I’m writing in response to your answer to “Broke But Available” (March 23), the retired woman seeking ecological volunteer opportunities.
My adult daughter is married.
Against my better judgment, I agreed to allow my parents to pay for our upcoming wedding.
When my husband and I got married a year ago, he had seven rescue dogs, which was a lot for me, but I accepted it.
Last year, after a falling out with someone I have been friends with for more than 20 years, I was OK with writing this person off and going on with my life.
I’ve become involved with a woman I’ve been friends with for some years.
I live in an apartment and recently had a serious leak come through my bathroom ceiling.
My patients, like most Americans, believe memory loss is a normal part of aging.
My daughter is separated from her husband, who rents a room from me.
I have been married for 40 years.
I'm a girl of 23 who has never had a boyfriend.
I am an active 90-year-old grandmother who every year treats my family to a week’s vacation at a beach house.
I have been in a relationship with a married man for 2 1/2 years.
I am a 30-year-old married woman.
Twenty years ago, I reconnected with a childhood friend.
I have a grandson (25) and granddaughter (22) who are both extremely overweight (300 pounds each).
My college senior daughter, “Lisa,” insists on inviting her “significant other” to every holiday and to our home when she’s on break.