The New Girl At School Isn’t Shy Around Boys DEAR ABBY: I’m a 17-year-old girl in high school. Recently, I became friends with a

  • The New Girl At School Isn’t Shy Around Boys

    DEAR ABBY: I’m a 17-year-old girl in high school. Recently, I became friends with a new girl at school. She’s 15. She has a boyfriend at her old school, but she talks to guys at this school she thinks are cute. She told me some of them want to hook up with her and she seems happy about it. She even…

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  • Family Offers Little Sympathy After Online Boyfriend’s Death

    DEAR ABBY: I am a 20-year-old woman. A few months ago, my boyfriend (my very first boyfriend) committed suicide. I feel absolutely destroyed.The problem is, my family doesn’t regard my feelings of grief seriously because our relationship was started and maintained online. We lived several states…

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  • Daughter Avoids Mom’s Calls After Exhausting Day At Work

    DEAR ABBY: My mother calls me all the time. I answer sometimes, but sometimes I don’t because I feel she wants to know too much about my life.I work full time with the public. When I get home, I’m tired. I have talked to people all day long, and I really don’t feel like entertaining her.My mother…

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  • Thank-You For A Gift Is Too Often Left Unsaid

    DEAR ABBY: In my opinion, too many young people today are shortchanged when it comes to manners and etiquette. The knowledge of how wonderful it is to receive written acknowledgment of gifting is rapidly fading.A quick note of appreciation for any kind of thoughtful gesture lifts the giver’s…

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  • Turning Over New Leaf Means Turning Away Bigoted Friends

    DEAR ABBY: My friendships have always included people of different races, religions, nationalities, sexual orientations, professions, etc. A few years ago, I had an experience that was both devastating and humbling on several different levels. It caused me to do a lot of introspection and…

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  • Man’s Drunken Behavior Damages Valued Friendship

    DEAR ABBY: I have been friends with “Janet” for eight years. We have been very close, talk often, and go to lunch three times a month. We are like two peas in a pod and have always been honest with each other. Our relationship is open and aboveboard.On a recent holiday, I went to her house for a…

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  • Brother Should Let Mom In On Cheating Sister’s Secret

    DEAR ABBY: My 25-year-old sister, “Lara,” who has four children with her deadbeat “boyfriend,” lives at my 57-year-old mother’s house and cheats on him. Mom is suspicious because Lara sometimes doesn’t come home from work, and she’s always using the excuse that she’s “going to a friend’s house.”…

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  • Cost Of Professional Help Adds To Teenager’s Anxiety

    DEAR ABBY: I am a 13-year-old girl. For the past few years I have been depressed to the point where I have considered cutting myself. I also struggle with anxiety and avoid social situations in order not to experience it. Mom only knows about my anxiety, but I have been sugarcoating it when I talk…

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  • Small Investment In Smoke Alarms Reaps Big Benefits

    DEAR ABBY: Printing this letter could save some lives — maybe even your own.In the United States, eight people die every day (on average) in house fires. Tragically, about half of these deaths could have been prevented with an inexpensive device that takes just a few minutes to install and costs…

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  • Granddaughter With Sticky Fingers Is Caught In The Act

    DEAR ABBY: I caught my 12-year-old granddaughter stealing. She took one of my favorite hair products, which isn’t a big deal, but I’m torn over how to approach her and if I should inform her parents. There was another possible theft once before when she visited me. Some makeup blush disappeared. I…

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  • Boyfriend Takes Distrust To Frightening Extremes

    DEAR ABBY: I’m madly in love with a man I’ve be


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