“Only sleep with guys who aren’t really right for you.” This is the kind of advice Sherri Eisenberg got when she waded into the online-dating waters after her divorce.
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After 40 years of marriage, one woman wonders if she still needs to perform her “wifely duties.” The Answer Queen weighs in.
Even after divorce, if you have kids together, there’s still “till death do we part.” Kelly James assesses her new role and reality following the loss of her ex.
In the spirit of the day set aside for the bond between the species, we are publishing these intimate missives that show even the deepest love has room for improvement and how to properly respond to a doggie high-five.
Where does the line between a great and a good-enough relationship lie? One woman asks, and our answer guru calls it.
What if you could live by the water with pals, loads of good food and laughs? Christine Grillo explores what her retirement fantasy might look like.
What to do if you find The One very (and we mean very) soon after the death of his wife? Listen up to our advice guru’s take.
Your relationship with your parents change. Same with your siblings. Janet Siroto looks at how to make this potentially tense situation a more peaceful one.
Christine Grillo has an advanced degree and a full-time job, but now as a single mother of three teenagers, she is handling her dire financial situation with grace and even gratitude. Here’s how.