A mother of three, the woman engaged to my brother doesn’t know he’s a liar, deep in debt and hooked on opiates.
Half of a well-off retired couple over 70, she refuses her husband’s offer to hire help for the job.
Mother has made an issue of the bride’s weight and imposed a big ceremony on a couple who would have been happy to elope.
“They’re SOOO good,” says teen who each day gobbles up almost half a container of the chewy supplements. But that’s not a healthy habit.
Relatives who don’t share her faith decline their hostess’ invitation to Sunday services.
She appreciates the artistry and educational value of the games and even studied them for her master’s, but people dismiss them as “a waste of time.”
A week before the couple reunited, the 17-year-old girl slept with a stranger, and now she feels guilty about it.
Worker who likes to stay out late and sleep in resents being scolded for not showing up at work on time.
After almost four years, man continues to ignore the boy and avoid interacting with him. Is the relationship doomed?
Reader is concerned about brother who once loved science and poetry and now doesn’t seem excited about anything.
The girl’s parents are apprehensive, even though her beau’s parents are offering to pay for a shared apartment.
After months of working with kids, she doesn’t want to spend her summer traveling to and from Disneyland, but the trip’s planner is insistent.
Religious woman has never met the right guy and now fears if she does, he’ll reject her for leading a life free of sex.
Always embarrassed by his lifelong habit, man’s wife and family wonder how to make him stop.
While some families cherish the support they received after sharing unhappy news, a therapist notes that not all reactions are helpful.