The 2016 election showed us that engaging in discussions about political divisions on social media, or in person, can be intimidating, combative, even toxic. But here's why we have to try.
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.
DAME’s Friendkeeper sorts out a sleazy situation and helps a woman parse Facebook politics between friends.
DAME’s Friendkeeper advises on armchair diagnosing, and helps a woman find her voice with a lifelong bossypants.
DAME’s Friendkeeper has advice for helping someone come clean, and weighs in on a badly behaving woman who pulled the cancer card.
DAME’s Friendkeeper lays down the law about libel and tells a woman how to deal with a rudely frugal friend.
DAME’s Friendkeeper sheds light on a nasty platonic split and helps a newly partnered woman deal with her newly cagey male friends.
DAME’s Friendkeeper gets real about the emotional side of weight loss and helps a woman deal with the jerky way a married friend treats her hub.