Q: My grandson wants me to have an earthquake drill at home for the “Great Shake Out.” What is that?
Does effort equal love? A series of studies shows people taking care of loved ones feel guilty for using a product that reduces effort.
Dear Amy: I just found a box of condoms in my husband’s sock drawer. The manufacture date was 2015.
Dear Amy: I am a line cook in a restaurant kitchen. It is a loud, hot and dangerous environment.
Dear Amy: My girlfriend and I have a 3-year-old son.
Dear Amy: I got back together with a girlfriend after being separated for 14 years. During that time, we kept in contact, and both often wonde…
Dear Amy: My partner “Deanne” and I are living well. We moved from an expensive large city closer to her family and we both got jobs right bef…
Dear Amy: I have been with my partner for six years. We are both 30. We live together and own a small cottage together outside of the city.
Dear Amy: As Thanksgiving approaches and we are setting the table for three instead of 14, I took a moment for a reality check.
Dear Amy: My 75-year-old father told me that he has decided that his stepson (my stepbrother) will no longer receive anything in his will. Why?
Dear Amy: My husband “Paul’s” birthday is coming up.
Dear Amy: Three years ago, I was diagnosed with bone cancer.
My older married clients are telling me about how much they love their home near the river, and about the colorful wood ducks they scare up at…
Shepherd’s Center sets life planning seminar