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A reader finds criticism of a popular book, “The Gift of Fear,” misguided.
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A reader’s boyfriend wants a family and kids, but she isn’t sure if he wants them with her.
Carolyn Hax: Take back a friend who went silent for years?
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A reader’s friend made contact after cutting off communications for five years. Can the friendship be revived?
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Dividing the estate leaves a survivor wondering if some heirs aren’t showing proper thanks.
Carolyn Hax: How a bride-to-be can handle her mean mom
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The answer: You can’t change her negativity, but you can learn to take away her power to ruin the big day.
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Couple seeks funds to feather their nest, stressing the savings to non-guests of their non-wedding.Gentlemen may leave their hats on when traveling through lobbies and other transitional spaces.A Gentle Reader wonders whether parents should post some of their toddlers’ more embarrassing acts.Her in-laws are like The Lovers on “Saturday Night Live” — even in her wedding pictures!But in 1800s, a bride was a bride for a year, during which time she could wear her gown as an evening dress.
Town senior center director is a hothead and is alienating the seniors she’s supposed to serve.A reader is distrubed by parents who distinguish between biological and stepchildren in introductions.His good friend in Afghanistan saved lives. Now he’s separated from his wife and listed as a sex offender.
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How to help a sister very angry after a divorce, and her children who are the focus of her anger.
How to talk to teens about family finances
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How to help an in­cred­ibly shy son
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Note to parents: It doesn’t get easier, ever
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MOMSPEAK | In hoping the next stage of parenthood will be better, parents can miss the point of childhood.
When cheating on homework is okay
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Harvard survey finds 42 percent of kids cheated on homework. What’s the big deal?
New school year’s resolution: Let teachers teach
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This year, resolve to be a less meddlesome parent.
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