When you resent someone for having to take on their work, but don’t tell them, who suffers most? And is it possible to forgive your parents for obsessing over your weight?
When you love a friend, you want to fix their problems, but is it your job? And how do you tell your well-meaning mom to back off without ruining the holidays?
When low self-esteem is sabotaging a job search, and someone else's drama is keeping you up at night, consider this: It's not them, it's you.
When friends ask too much and give little in return, is the relationship doomed? And a well-meaning boyfriend asks if he can take a break from daily sexism. We’d love that, too, bro.
With so much going on in the world, social courtesies have gone out the window. Should we demand more of each other, or just let it go?
Can a relationship survive if one partner gives up drinking her feelings? Will the #resistance fizzle out if activists indulge in simple pleasures?
Confronting a friend about her offensive bridal theme could risk the friendship; is it worth it? And, is romantically pursuing a friend a mistake?
What do you do when mansplainers-in-training and internet trolls shout their unsolicited advice? Wine? Netflix? Or check those fools into silence?
Our new advice columnist urges an activist to call out the friends paying lip service to causes, and gives a frustrated mother permission to care for herself.