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EPISODE 22: Sibling Rivalry ‘Til The Bitter End

Imagine being 85 years old and having not spoken to any of your siblings in over 30 years due to a family rift. The only thing that would make this scenario even more unsettling and bitter would be having to contemplate whether or not you should attend your siblings’ funerals. This is the problem Charlie is addressing this week, sent to Dear Abby by a man who is having second thoughts about how he should handle his lifelong feud with his siblings and whether death will bring him and his family peace, or more hell. 🙅

EPISODE 21: a Neo Nazi, a Fashion Intern, an Ogling Boyfriend, and a Naive Teenager

This episode, we’re trying something a bit different. I’m doing “quick hit” advice feedback on FOUR problems instead of one problem. Don’t worry, I’m still doing the standard one question per episode format. I’m just switching it up a bit and testing new formats. Let me know what you think!

EPISODE 19: Daughter-in-Law Trashes Family and Husband in Online Forum

Imagine finding out that your daughter-in-law, whom you have been helping financially along with your son (her husband) has been saying horrible things about your family on an online forum? Would you confront her? Would you tell your son? Would or SHOULD you forgive her? Is the mother-in-law meddlesome and out of line? This week’s problem, submitted to Dear Prudence, appears to be quite a tangled web, but Charlie thinks the problem is pretty simple to fix.