She wonders if all of her son’s classmates should be denied treats because one child has to avoid peanut butter or eggs.
At the wheel on our road trip, friend texted, made calls and nearly hit guardrails more than once.
Man says marriage is over if his wife continues to let her son — a liar and a thief — visit their home.
When couple pick up the tab for dinner, their son-in-law takes the opportunity to gorge on pricey cocktails and dessert. Should they complain?
He helped his daughter pay the bills after her divorce and doesn’t want payback. Instead, he wants to be able to call or visit whenever he wants.
Holdout misses out on family news and events reported on social media but refuses to sign up, no matter how much the relatives insist.
The married man with whom she had an affair was cremated, so there’s no grave to visit. But she gets teary revisiting the place where they met.
12 years after husband walked out, his former wife is downsizing and debating whether his “very sweet” letters should go in the dumpster.
Three months into the marriage, she learns for the first time that her supposedly perfect man is bipolar, inept with money and possibly gay.
Woman wishes she could apologize to the kid she ridiculed at age 15.