“If You’ve Got a Good Solution, I’m Going to Steal It for a Future Answer.”Dear Prudence and The Gist follow up with “Creeped Out,” a letter writer with an unfriendly co-worker.
Touchy TutorialI suspect my friend of grooming an 11-year-old girl for molestation.
Home InvasionPrudie advises a letter writer whose parents are moving close enough to stop by anytime.
Skinheads Need to Shop, TooI was reluctant to serve a neo-Nazi customer. Was that bad of me?
Happy Birthday, You’re Going to DiePrudie advises a letter writer whose elderly friend was ambushed with an end-of-life form at a party.
Foot LooseMy fiancé flips out when I put my bare feet on the coffee table.
Not on That HillPrudie advises a woman who gets a lot of annoying Hillary Clinton jokes.
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.
Mad DadMy 10-year-old daughter is angry all the time, and it’s my fault.
Lipstick on a KidPrudie counsels a young woman who put makeup on her nieces—to their mother’s chagrin.
Genderium Changio!My wife won’t stop calling Harry Potter “Harriet” when she reads to our daughter.
Meals on WheelsPrudie counsels a letter writer whose lunch keeps getting stolen at work—by the CEO.
What a TripThe best Dear Prudence vacation advice, in time for the peak of summer.
My Boyfriend Crossed the LineI dumped my man after I found out he got a drink with a flirtatious colleague.
Biological FavoritesPrudie counsels a man whose wife wants to take her son on a vacation and not his kids.
Obligation to an Ailing PetMy cat has a terminal illness. Should I cancel my two-week European tour to stay by his side?
My Baby Just Cares for MePrudie counsels a letter writer whose wife is crushed that the baby doesn’t like her as much.
Confederate Flag DilemmaSomeone in my apartment complex flies a Confederate flag. What can I do?
Youthful DiscretionPrudie counsels a man disturbed by his wife’s sexual encounters in college.
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?
Mom and Dad Are WatchingI gave my parents remote access to our baby monitor. Huge mistake.
Round-Trip FlightMy husband disappeared for five weeks and returned without explanation.
Imprudently YoursDoes Dear Prudence read her comments?
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.
Officemate Whistles While He WorksMy co-worker whistles every day, and it’s driving me mad.
Girl TimePrudie offers advice on parents who are forcing their son to be a girl as an experiment.