Carolyn Hax offers advice to a reader: Stop hoping things will be different. And make the best you can of who your husband actually is.
Carolyn Hax is in full support of jilted bride’s parent, who wants nothing to do with the relatives and “friends” who demanded money during daughter’s...
If she wants her nephew to be in her life, she’ll have to try harder to be in his, says Carolyn Hax.
Every parent of a 13-year-old is intimately familiar with indifference, hostility, indifferent hostility and hostile indifference, writes Carolyn Hax. Be patient.
Carolyn Hax advises a reader to seek counseling to work through how she feels about her marriage and her spouse.
Reader is steamed that years of being ‘faultlessly good’ to in-laws seem to have earned no goodwill. Carolyn Hax offers advice on moving forward.
A reader asks how to deal with someone with divorced parents. Carolyn Hax responds: By treating them as you would any other human being, getting...
Carolyn Hax slaps down a reader’s theory as both untrue and ugly.
Carolyn Hax advises a reader whose habit is to confide in her friends before her significant other.
Stay out of it, writes Carolyn Hax. The last thing he needs is for the guy she used to cheat with to come galloping in...