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A mother whose kids are 4 and 5 asks how to occasionally fend off an abrasive 9-year-old neighbor.
She’s angry about her brother and his wife skipping the holiday ritual, but their reason is none of her business.
After years of trying to improve the relationship, it’s time to accept reality.
When three friends get together, one person makes the workplace outsider feel like a conversational third wheel.
A reader was surprised to learn that the Postal Service does not insure money or gift cards.
A reader sounds off on the front ends of new car models being so low to the ground.
Refurbished pacemakers cannot be used in humans, but they can be used in dogs, cats and even horses.
It is not impolite to ask for someone’s exit-row seat on a plane. Nor is it impolite to refuse such a request.
The four sets of grandparents here seem to want one simple thing: To delight their grandchild.
Executive assistant is treated to nothing more than a bellowed “JOHN” when answering one boorish caller.
She thanked her neighbors for some work with a cake; they returned her cake plate with candy. What next?
It’s important for couples to have a Meaningful Look that serves as a sign one is chatting too much.
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Her boyfriend’s problems just seem to grow. She’d like to get out now, but he’s at a particularly low point.
He has told his abusive parents that he will not return home until they accept him for who he is.
Their marriage is on the mend after his affair, but now his ex-paramour is moving to where he often works.
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Older dogs are prone to develop usually benign cysts or tumors in hair follicles and glands in the skin.
A wife wants a dog’s ashes interred with war veteran at Arlington National Cemetery.
She might be developing arthritis or spondylosis of the back.
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This co-worker gives her a stare that seems to signal he has her “in his sights.”
So many holidays jammed together this year might make it hard to buy. But Marguerite Kelly has ideas.
Her son has one major problem with potty training. Marguerite Kelly advises how to fix the problem.
They may have moved on, but she wants to keep in touch with her ex husband’s nieces and nephews.
MOMSPEAK | In hoping the next stage of parenthood will be better, parents can miss the point of childhood.
Harvard survey finds 42 percent of kids cheated on homework. What’s the big deal?
This year, resolve to be a less meddlesome parent.
But do they like each other?
His name is Fabio and he’s helping teach her words in Italian. Perfetto!
Does the food critic have a future in matchmaking?
But is there a future?
Will their date be all academic?
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