Dear Amy: I am very close with my oldest sister. Her daughter is planning to marry a woman many years younger than she.
Dear Amy: My mother passed away this last November after a long illness. My father started dating a close family friend in January, and now they are engaged.
Dear Amy: I hope you can help solve a disagreement between my sister and me about phone call etiquette.
Dear Amy: My husband had weight loss surgery about five years ago and, although he's lost an incredible amount of weight, no one prepared me for the extreme psychological changes.
Dear Amy: I am the father of two wonderful children.
Dear Amy: I am on my second marriage. I am trying hard to stay "connected" because I felt disconnected in my last marriage.
Dear Amy: My husband and I have been married for six years. I am 32; he is 37. We were going to start trying to have a baby this year, but we can't agree on child care.
Pitied by couples and dreaded by singletons everywhere, the concept of the third wheel has been given a bum rap for years - a phenomenon that likely began when someone walked into a cave, saw their coupled best friends enjoying an intimate fire-side dinner of mammoth steak and suddenly felt super awkward.
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