Plus: Does that anxious woman flip out about the phone book, too?
Dear Amy: I’m in my 60s and undergoing cancer treatment, therefore immunocompromised.
We have not visited him since he slapped my husband. Should I tell him how hurt we were?
I've begged my daughter to see how his plan will ruin her life.
Dear Amy: My parents are in their late-50s. They live in their own home nearby. Their marriage has been rocky for many years. They seem to stay together mostly for financial reasons.
Dear Amy: I recently broke up with my boyfriend of over four years.
It took me years to recover, but my family tells people he's a great guy.
Dear Amy: I'm wondering if my brother, “Stan,” has written me off because I wouldn't loan him money.
Dear Amy: My wife and I are in our mid-30s. We have been married for 10 years.
Dear Amy: My eldest daughter got married five years ago. My husband and I were not consulted about the wedding and were shocked when she told us she was getting married.