Dear Amy: During the pandemic, I started exploring my genealogy and recently found out that I have a half-sister, “Barb.” We have the same father.
Dear Amy: I’m in a monogamous heterosexual long-term relationship. We live together. We aren’t well off financially, but we aren’t broke either. Columnist Amy Dickinson
It’s been six months since the financial fallout from COVID-19 infected the U.S. economy. During this time, I have heard from thousands of you, some
DEAR ABBY: I’ve been married for five years. Before meeting my husband, I never thought I would find “the one.” Jeanne Phillips Recently, I have
DEAR TRAVEL TROUBLESHOOTER: I recently flew to Papua New Guinea with a colleague. We booked the tickets through EVA Air and Expedia. While we were there,
Dear Amy: My wife and I share your column at the breakfast table. Can you settle this for us? Columnist Amy Dickinson (Bill Hogan/Chicago Tribune)
Dear Amy: My partner “Charles” and I were happily together for eight years. Columnist Amy Dickinson (Bill Hogan/Chicago Tribune) I decided to leave our home
Dear Amy: This morning’s paper had the obituary of the father of a friend of mine. The decedent’s younger son and daughter-in-law were mentioned by
Dear Amy: My husband and I (married 26 years) really treasure our neighbors. We are close friends. They are about 10 years older than us,
Each year Cupertino’s CREST Awards (Cupertino Recognizes Extra Steps Taken) honor residents and businesses that have gone the extra mile to help improve the city.
Dear Amy: My wife and I have been married for a long time. We are in our 60s. Columnist Amy Dickinson (Bill Hogan/Chicago Tribune) Several
Dear Amy: My husband and I have two amazing teenage daughters. They are mature, intelligent and conscientious. Columnist Amy Dickinson (Bill Hogan/Chicago Tribune) I’m very
Dear Amy: I want a woman’s perspective. My soon-to-be wife is now hesitant to marry me because I want to live elsewhere during the winter.
Dear Amy: My neighbor picks flowers off of our trees/plants in the front yard. Columnist Amy Dickinson (Bill Hogan/Chicago Tribune) The first time we caught
Dear Amy: I lost my husband in a tragic accident a year ago. We had no children, so I’m alone now, but I am seeing
DEAR HARRIETTE: What do you do when you hurt the one you love? Harriette Cole I recently had a fight with my partner and lashed
DEAR ABBY: This may seem strange, but my husband is too nice. Jeanne Phillips His late mother, a domineering woman who always got her way,
DEAR TROUBLESHOOTER: I recently rented an apartment in London through HomeAway. When we checked in, there was no hot water. I called the property management
Dear Amy: My spouse and I socialize with a group of about 12 people, several times a year. Columnist Amy Dickinson (Bill Hogan/Chicago Tribune) One
DEAR TRAVEL TROUBLESHOOTER: I’ve been a guest at the Candlewood Suites Hawthorne in Hawthorne, California, several times. After my most recent stay, the hotel charged my
Dear Amy: I have been in a relationship with a man for 10 years. He is 71 and lives in another state (50 miles away),
Dear Amy: I need to distance myself from an eight-year friendship with a neighbor. This is hard to do, since we are more or less
Dear Readers: I recently published a question from a woman who signed her letter “Exasperated Mom.” This mom presented an honest and evergreen problem: How
Dear Amy: I feel very much a part of our country, and have many patriotic feelings. However, I believe that for some people, flying the