Dear Prudence podcast: the “Voyagers” edition.

Help! Should I Stay With My Narcissistic Husband to Protect Our Kids From Him?

Help! Should I Stay With My Narcissistic Husband to Protect Our Kids From Him?

Advice on manners and morals.
March 22 2017 7:11 AM

Dear Prudence: The “Voyagers” Edition

If I leave my narcissistic husband, does that put our children at risk?

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Photo illustration by Slate. Photo by Thinkstock.

First up: a beginner’s guide to Star Trek. Then, onto your questions with Gabriel Roth, host of Slate’s parenting podcast Mom and Dad Are Fighting.

  • Should I stay with my narcissistic husband to protect my kids from him?
  • Was I wrong not to tip a masseuse that overcharged me?
  • Is it inappropriate for me to go to the funeral for my high-school ex’s mom?
  • I’m a recovering homophobe—how do I get more comfortable with my lesbian roommate and her girlfriend?
  • My mom wants me to open up to her about my past grievances with her, but what if she’s manipulating me?
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