Spring is all about renewal and rebirth. If you’re looking for love in 2017, your dating life might benefit from a good spring clean.
Dear Amy: My mother and I have had a tumultuous and toxic relationship ever since I was a child. It was a mess of bitter resentment, jealousy, explosive fights, abuse and disappointment on both sides.
Dear Amy: I am a lawyer. I am financially secure, but I'm dating someone who has a LOT more discretionary income than I do.
Dear Amy: This past summer, my best friend of more than 30 years, her 9-year-old daughter, her new husband and others, rented a villa in the Caribbean. I was invited to join the group.
Dear Amy: I am a jazz musician. I'm married with a child. My wife has a stressful 9-to-5 job.
Dear Amy: For the first time in many years, I have been thinking about an episode from my earlier life.
Dear Amy: I have not spoken to my mother in two weeks. She does not approve of my sexuality as gender-queer and she does not "approve" of my partner. She has sent him vicious and threatening letters, called me at all hours of the day and night and sent a variety of harassing text messages, saying, "You are a joke," "I want you out of my life" and "
A few weeks ago, Mariah Carey made headlines when she torched her $250 thousand dollar wedding dress in her video for the song “I Don’t” - a heated message intended for her ex-fiance, Australian billionaire James Packer.
Dear Amy: I am a happily married man with two wonderful children (ages 6 and 8).