Why is it that when a woman cares about the division of labor at home — like her home being a decent level of clean — she is considered to be overreacting?
Q: Since my kids were born, my job basically covered the cost of day care. The kids came home overtired and overstimulated.
Q: When I was 18, my mother revealed that the father I grew up with was not my biological father. She claimed she didn't even know my bio father, and never contacted him again after their brief weekend fling at his college. The conversation we had was very emotional.
Q: I recently had a friend tell me that I have become arrogant since I entered a new career in which there's a culture of snobbery and one-upping.
Q: My first love emailed me out of the blue, after 10 years, to make amends as part of his AA program.
Q: I'm going on vacation soon with my in-laws, siblings-in-laws, and their spouses. Over the last few years, I've been working on eating fewer unhealthy foods like bread and dairy, and as a result I feel much better. This has resolved many stomach issues I've dealt with.
Q: My daughter, 11, has three friends from school. One girl's parents are generous hosts. "Emma" is an only child and has a pool, fun toys, great snacks.
Q: My sister attends school overseas and lives with her boyfriend. My parents recently told me she can't make it home for the holidays this year because she's on a student budget.