In this deeply poignant essay, the award-winning novelist-memoirist perfectly evokes that gutting feeling when your best friend knows it's time to go before you're ready to accept it.
Discussing her new book, 'A Marriage In Dog Years,' the memoirist recounts the worst year of her life: the loss of her beloved dog and her troubled first marriage. Spoiler alert: This story has a happy ending.
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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 one woman steer her friend clear of an unhealthy ex, and another who doesn’t want to see the light.
Having her boyfriend move in was a big deal for the writer, and an even bigger one for her daughter. Would a foster pup help ease the transition?
DAME’s Friendkeeper tells a lonely woman how to meet like-minded folks in her new town and advises another on her pal’s overbearing pooch.
DAME’s Friendkeeper tells us how not to spend Turkey Day alone and digs into why a woman’s friend has lost her funny.
DAME's Friendkeeper gets real about a pal's grating voice, and allays another's concerns over her friends' aging pets.