Carolyn Hax suggests telling others only what you yourself would want to know in their position.
Avoid Scylla the Sister-in-Law completely where possible, writes Carolyn Hax.
The key to starting over as an adult is patience, effort and an open mind, writes Carolyn Hax.
Calm yourself down, figure out your options, weigh them carefully, and show your daughter how this parent thing is done, Carolyn Hax tells a frantic...
How unseemly it is to judge others whose chief offense is to be different from you, as if the superiority of your way is a...
Hiding behind a Kindle is OK, writes Carolyn Hax. But look up from time to time to facilitate daughter’s friendships and show her the importance...
The bigger question, writes Carolyn Hax, is what does the reader want from these exchanges with friends and strangers?
Carolyn Hax responds to a woman disappointed that her teenage stepchildren have no interest in their newborn sister.
Seeing a woman with reader’s dad of course will bring up associations with reader’s mom, writes Carolyn Hax. That’s what familiarity and grief do.
Carolyn Hax suggests ways to respond when an invitation is forcefully rejected.