The Silent GoodbyeI might be dying. Should I tell my friends, or spare them the pain of saying farewell?
Something Old for Something NewThis special weddings season, we’ve collected the best Dear Prudence wedding advice from past chats.
Staying for Mr. RightIf I move away from a great guy I’m not ready to marry, will I regret it later?
Black and White IssueMy white wife won’t let us use a black sperm donor because it’s “safer” not to.
Lipstick on a KidPrudie counsels a young woman who put makeup on her nieces—to their mother’s chagrin.
A Daughter’s ChoiceMy boyfriend and I have sacrificed our future together to care for our sick mothers.
Office Toilet Paper DramaMy co-workers blow through bathroom materials and even leave the water running.
A Question of Art and CommerceWould it be callous to try to sell a dead friend’s art to his family for money I need?
Summer Vacation With the In-LawsMy husband’s mother cries because we’re splitting time with other family members.
Sins of the FleshPrudie advises a letter writer dating a man who had an unsavory reputation at his religious Southern school.
Nom de FumePrudie advises a letter writer whose husband is constantly outraged by the misspelling of their last name.
Groom With Cold FeetMy fiancé wants to put a hold on our wedding planning, but I thought we’re happy.
Here Come the BridesPrudie advises a woman whose future mother-in-law also wants to wear her wedding dress at the wedding.