Dear Abby
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DEAR ABBY: I am a divorced woman with a teenaged daughter. I maintain a good relationship with my ex-husband and his family, and still consider them my family. The problem is, my ex and our daughter … more
DEAR ABBY - I have been married to a wonderful man for 20 years. He adopted my oldest son, and we have three kids together. All of our children are loved and accepted by his extended family; my in-laws refer to me as their daughter. Everything is … more
DEAR ABBY - I gave up a baby girl for adoption 29 years ago. I thought when she became an adult she would want to contact me, but I have heard nothing. I have known how to contact her for many years, but haven't done it because I didn't want to … more
DEAR ABBY - I recently started working at the hospital where my husband receives his primary care. One afternoon, out of curiosity, I accessed his medical records. In his file it was noted that he is high risk for STDs. In fact, he was treated for … more
DEAR ABBY - I need help! I have shoplifted several times. I was caught and have a police record. I am a grandparent. I know it's wrong, and I don't do it all the time. Is this a mental disorder, or am I just being stupid? If I know this is wrong, … more
DEAR ABBY - My husband is a handsome executive who works out of town. I'm a professional with a responsible job that limits my ability to travel. I needed to borrow his phone recently and noticed that one of his colleagues has been texting him … more
DEAR ABBY - Do you know why people nowadays feel the need to announce their pregnancies via ultrasound pictures? I'm sorry, but I really don't want to see all that. I guess some folks think the image of a blurry, black-and-white fetus is "darling." … more
DEAR ABBY: I'm a 17-year-old girl who recently broke up with my boyfriend of 2 1/2 years. During the time we were together we shared many experiences, including a miscarriage. Now he wants to be … more
DEAR ABBY - My husband has many wonderful qualities. However, he's obsessed with my always being instantly available when he calls or texts my cellphone. I don't carry it with me every minute of the day. At work I can be busy taking orders, … more
DEAR ABBY - I am a teenager who went through some emotional stuff a couple of years ago. It was horrible. My parents thought it was just a phase, so I had to deal with it myself until it got better. I don't feel like I can communicate with my … more
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