Since the election, our social-media feeds have swapped adorbz animal pics and self-promotion plugs with stories about treason and travel bans and rallies. Is it wrong to want to post everything?
Julie Klam likes her frown lines. And her laugh lines. And her crow’s-feet. Even as her friends and doctors are embracing Botox and Restylane. Is she wrong to resist?
DAME’s Friendkeeper advises a woman whose BFFs have priced her out of group activities and helps a businesswoman negotiate with a pal involved in a Ponzi scheme.
DAME’s Friendkeeper helps a holiday host menu-plan for high-maintenance guests and counsels a woman at war with an old friend over how to sell Girl Scout cookies on social media.
DAME's Friendkeeper helps defuse a woman's anxiety over her close pal's transition, and shows a mom how to manage other hypercompetitive parents
DAME’s Friendkeeper helps a lefty decide whether to unlock horns with her neocon BFF, and advises a mom on the intricate politics of mean-tween parenting.
Julie Klam talks about dogs, depression, and writing with Julie Barton, whose moving new memoir ‘Dog Medicine’ is a tribute to the golden retriever who rescued her from her darkest hours.
DAME's Friendkeeper helps a woman struggling with depression and another whose pal puts her pain on parade.
DAME’s Friendkeeper helps a city girl make nice and lays down the law on tipping and the dinner date that does it all wrong.
DAME’s Friendkeeper runs inebriation interference and helps a woman deal with another mother’s bully of a son.