DEAR ABBY : I'm a mother of three beautiful little girls. I'm nervous about having to talk with my oldest about puberty and sex. She's turning 10, and I know I need to start explaining certain things to her, but I have no idea how. My mother never sat.
Editor's note: Inc.com columnist Alison Green answers questions about workplace and management issues--everything from how to deal with a micromanaging boss to how to talk to someone on your team about body odor. Here's a roundup of answers to five .
I think that would be a healthier path to take than continuing to beg forgiveness from relatives who are unwilling to give it and would rather punish you. Don't you? DEAR ABBY : I have a sister who laughs after everything she says (it doesn't matter the.
DEAR ABBY : I have been with “Roger” for 28 years. He is basically a good, honest man, but he thinks only of himself. When I had heart surgery, he left me alone at the hospital that night, not knowing if I would live or die. (Nothing would have kept me.
DEAR ABBY : I work as a runner in a law firm, which means I do pickups, make deliveries and do any other out-of-office tasks the lawyers or other staff need. Part of my job involves picking up lunch for the office. Sometimes the office manager will give.
DEAR ABBY : I am a 24-year-old professional woman who has been having an affair with a married man for three years. We have great chemistry, a passionate sex life, endless laughs and give each other a lot of support. He's married and has children, and .
The finished work pops off the page three-dimensionally, and may be hung on a wall or placed atop a table . Groupings of three or more are the most dynamic. ... “You can even fold letters in different fonts. It's mind-boggling how many patterns are out.
Today, my dear children, who I love so much, decided to have a water gun war in my garage and soaked my entire pile of table parts. I separated and wiped everything dry but I already have patches of raised grain and water marks all over. Question 1.
DEAR ABBY : I've been reading your column for years, but never thought I'd have to write to you. This year my aunt hosted a family dinner and did a wonderful job — everything was delicious. There was only one problem. She was upset (everyone at the.
DEAR ABBY : My fiance and I have been together for four years. We live together. Recently, I was talking to him about mental health and the benefits of therapy, which I firmly support. He said he thinks it's a waste of time. When I asked why, he replied.
DEAR ABBY : This is something I can't talk about in my grief support group. I'm a 70-year-old widow. I lost my dear husband of 35 years 17 months ago. I always was more sexual than he was. Since the funeral, I have had a one-night stand with a nice.