Dear Amy: My boyfriend and I just finished our junior year of high school. We've been a couple for almost six months and are sexually active.
Dear Amy: I am a 41-year-old woman who has been married to my high school sweetheart for 20 years. We have three beautiful children, ages 18, 16 and 12.
Dear Amy: I am a mother of two young children: a daughter, age 4, and a 1-year-old boy. They currently go to my husband's cousin's house for child care every day. My oldest has been going there for over two years, along with our nephew and niece (who are the same age). Our family member (along with her helpers) provides wonderful care. I know they
Dear Amy: I am a single mom. My main focus and passion has always been my children.
Dear Amy: My 24-year-old nephew, "Harley," is marrying his longtime girlfriend in September. I don't have children, but if I could pick one for me, it would be him.
Dear Amy: I am a 24-year-old woman. Since leaving my previous relationship, I've been getting back out there and going on dates.
Dear Amy: I'm a young guy. I went to college in the same town I grew up in, so I lived at home through college. After graduating, I got a job away in the city where my best friend from high school lives. He suggested that we get an apartment together, and now we're roommates.
Dear Amy: I have two children in their 40s. I divorced their dad several years ago. My daughter does not want me in her life. I think she holds me entirely responsible for the divorce, but I don't really know. I have never had the opportunity to tell my side of the story, and part of me feels that dirty laundry just needs to be "kept in a corner" b
Dear Amy: My 28-year-old college educated ADULT child has a 3-year-old child who has no relationship at all with his other biological parent.
Dear Amy: My son is graduating from high school.
Dear Amy: I have three great kids. My daughter has always been headstrong and willful. My abusive ex-husband cut off all ties with her from the time she was 15. She is basically a good person. However, she and I do not agree on a lot of subjects, causing our relationship to be strained. She is now 25.
Dear Amy: My boyfriend and I have been together for about four years, and I'm ready to move on.
Dear Amy: I have two adult sons. Their father (my ex) remarried (to "Barbara") several years ago.
Dear Amy: My husband and I adopted my nephew when he was a baby. My husband was reluctant, and has never allowed me to forget how unhappy he has been about it.
Dear Amy: My husband and I live next to a married couple who are about our age (late 30s). Our condos are close (less than 12 feet apart), and some of our windows face each other.
Dear Amy: I am in a quandary.
Dear Amy: I have a wonderful partner. We have been together for three years, own a beautiful home and have a baby on the way.
Dear Amy: I am asking you this question, rather than a lawyer, because I'm not really inquiring about the legality of my problem, but would appreciate your opinion.
Dear Amy: There is a side of the #MeToo movement that could be addressed more thoroughly: Setting boundaries. Girls/women need to rehearse at home and with friends how to say, "No!"