Dear Prudence: The “Voyagers” Edition
If I leave my narcissistic husband, does that put our children at risk?
Dear Prudence: The “P.S.A.” Edition
The women in my office always leave pee on the toilet seat. Help!
Dear Prudence: The “Dolly Dearest” Edition
I’m scared of the doll my wife made for our child. Help!
Dear Prudence: The “Workplace Politics” Edition
I’m tired of hearing my co-workers talk about the election. Help!
Dear Prudence: The “Cats Can Be Gay” Edition
It drives me crazy when my lesbian friend calls inanimate objects “gay.” Help!
Dear Prudence: The “Oppression Olympics” Edition
My friend thinks his Irish heritage means he can’t be racist. Help!
Dear Prudence: The “Line in the Sand” Edition
My sister is accusing our family of homophobia, but her girlfriend is a bigot.
Dear Prudence: The “Chasing Amy” Edition
I’m gay, but I slept with a woman … and I liked it!
Dear Prudence: The “Young Guns” Edition
Prudie and writer Jane Coaston on how to handle a mom who keeps playing the cancer card, and more.
Dear Prudence: The “Giving Tree” Edition
I’m convinced my husband had an affair with his boss—can I email her?
Dear Prudence: The “Family Matters” Edition
Prudence and Juan-Pablo Brammer on low-key racism, in-law hookups, and other family affairs.
Dear Prudence: The “Insomnia” Edition
My best friend slept with my husband before he died. Should I confront her?
Dear Prudence: The “Rocky II” Edition
How can I persuade my wife to let me quit my job so I can play poker?
Dear Prudence: The “Timing Is Everything” Edition
How long to wait for a lover who’s missing at sea, the hard truth about finding true love, and the radical case for staying single.
Dear Prudence: The “Death, Sex, and Money” Edition
Anna Sale joins Prudie to answer questions about breakups and boundaries.
Dear Prudence: Live at the Now Hear This Podcast Festival
My wife doesn’t speak English, and I’m sick of translating. Can I divorce her?
Dear Prudence: The “Anger Management” Edition
I secretly had a child with my pastor and gave her up for adoption. Do I tell her his name and ruin his life?
Dear Prudence: The “Missing the Point” Edition
Prudie stages an intervention with a woman who can’t quite admit that she’s a stalker.
Dear Prudence: The “Either/Or” Edition
Binary choices, a Prudie impostor, and the limits of civility after Trump.
Dear Prudence: The “How Long?” Edition
My fiancée’s mother is sick. Does that mean she has to live with us forever?
Dear Prudence: The “Whaaaattt?!?” Edition
It turns out my friends are really racist.
Dear Prudence: The “Good Intentions” Edition
What to do when your stepfather tries to “boost your confidence” by telling you how hot you are.
Dear Prudence: The “Devil’s Advocate” Edition, Part 2
Man-whores, the limits of tradition, and why you should always use plasticware at family events.
Dear Prudence: The “Devil’s Advocate” Edition
Long-term grudges, marriage as an endurance sport, and the problem of the “benign” racist.
Dear Prudence: The “Boundaries” Edition
Setting boundaries at work, at home, and on your podcast.
Dear Prudence: The “Creative Solutions” Edition
Death-obsessed in-laws, ruining your husband’s closest friendship, and charging your friends when you roast them a chicken.
Dear Prudence: The “Talk About It Now” Edition
The great lie that is “he doesn’t really mean it.”
Dear Prudence: The “Petty Revenge” Edition
When your parents write you out of their wills, then ask you to host Thanksgiving.
Dear Prudence: The “Do It in Song” Edition
W. Kamau Bell and Hari Kondabolu join Prudie for a special musical episode.
Dear Prudence: The “Time Is Not an Apology” Edition
Why do people feel entitled to be rude to their friends?
Dear Prudence: The “Little Red Hen” Edition
A woman drops everything to move across the country for a relationship that didn’t work out—now what?
The “Read the Room” Edition
Prudence on freeloading relatives, vegetarian-trolling meat-eaters, and parents who fear armpit hair.
Dear Prudence: The “Self-Indulgence Vs. Self-Care” Edition
Is it OK to be happy, and how can I keep my fiancé from spending all of my money?
Dear Prudence: The “You Can’t Treat People That Way” Edition
Prudie and guest Jasmine Guillory draw some hard lines.
Dear Prudence: The “Unconditional Love” Edition
Questions of morality, decency, and the struggle to be your best self.
Dear Prudence: The “Butt Out” Edition
So your friends are irresponsible parents. How bad does it need to get before you call the cops?
Dear Prudence: The “Regret Baby” Edition
What to do when your husband shames you for your abortion.
Dear Prudence: The “Transactional Relationships” Edition
Prudie talks insurance fraud in the family, green card marriages, and pronoun abuse at the office.
Dear Prudence: The “Sisters!” Edition
Prudie talks sister pet drama, sister college drama, and sister bullying drama.
Dear Prudence: The “Is This a Real Question?” Edition
What do you do when your gay son wants to go to a religious college?