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Should this declaration give people the peace of mind to start increasing the frequency of in-person dates? When considering whether to meet up with someone who is vaccinated versus unvaccinated, vaccinated does sound safer. But should it?
Most Silicon Valley outsourcing is done out in the open. But there’s one service hardly anyone will admit they’re paying for: high-end matchmaking.
DEAR ABBY: Our daughter (18) has been rebelling. She's not doing well in school, is dating a drug user and has been caught in lie after lie. We have an out-of-town wedding coming up and have decided to make a vacation out of it. Should we take her or not? - MOM OF AN ALMOST-ADULT
DEAR ABBY: One of my sons is dating a young woman who seems to care deeply for him, but is very cool and distant to our family. He goes to nearly all of her family's events, but she seldom comes to any of ours. Is there anything I or we could do to help her warm up to us? -- FLUMMOXED MOM IN THE SOUTH
This is a good place to start. Some people will feel extreme relief being asked. And sometimes being listened to is gift enough itself.
DEAR ABBY: My boyfriend and I have been together for nearly a year. He has several female friends I have met and like very much. However, one of them texts him every day. How can I make him understand that they can still be friends, but he needs some boundaries? -- FED UP IN NY
My dilemma: I am smitten, to say the least, with an attractive, supportive and very loving man. I have invited him over and introduced him to the girls, which went well until the other night, when my 22-year-old overheard us being intimate (her bedroom is next to mine). There was no screaming or anything lewd, no nudity or PDA, but I happen to have a slightly noisy bed. My question is, am I behaving inappropriately? Don't I have just as much right to enjoy my home as they do? -- GETTING BACK TO IT IN NEW YORK