Usually the bride, 38, and her mom are close, but they’re at odds over what to do at the wedding and who to invite.
Agonized woman considers killing herself if the relationship is truly over.
It’s getting tiresome hearing friend brag constantly about her latest fashion bargains.
Girl wants to stop pushing away people she cares about with her angry attitude.
When man gets over his periods of discontent, wife of 20 years has trouble warming up to him again.
In a strained relationship with their inconsiderate, standoffish son and daughter, parents are ready to move away and write them off.
Engineer no longer wants to go to lunch with co-workers in their 50s dressed like tourists and ogling college women.
Woman longs to be a couple with her platonic best friend; he knows that but doesn’t return the affection.
The insecure introvert dines alone and is anxious about asking to tag along on lunch outings.
The man’s road trips and free apartment are hard to hear about for friend who’s sharing a house and working three jobs.
Before she confronts her husband about her discovery after a week away, woman considers whether there’s an innocent explanation.
So far she has dated only men, but new attraction to a woman opens up another possibility.
When invited to a happy hour or get-together, reader would rather dine alone, work out and bond with the puppy.
Nearly 20 years after the life-altering act of deceit, she comes clean and further erodes her rocky relationship with her offspring.
Every prospect seems to come with a “roadblock,” like “life issues” that could complicate the relationship.