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Unclenching From COVID Apr. 23, 2021

Bonnie Jean Feldkamp

I hugged my eldest daughter for the first time since the pandemic began and surprised myself when I ... Read More

You Are Not Alone Dec. 29, 2019

Dear Annie®

Dear Annie: My son, who was in the U.S. Army for 13 years and became a major, took his own life. My ... Read More

When Generosity Turns Into Resentment Mar. 05, 2019

Dear Annie®

Dear Annie: I like doing kind things for people. It makes me feel good. I believe my kind acts shoul... Read More

Sitting Idle While Grieving Oct. 11, 2018

Dear Annie®

Dear Annie: I'm a retired man. My elderly mom lived with me for a long time, and I stayed busy with ... Read More

Staying Youthful Apr. 16, 2018

Dear Doug

Q: Some of my friends are in their 80s but feel and act as if they're still in their 50s. Others I k... Read More

Thoughts on Parents Whose Children Have Died Mar. 20, 2018

Dennis Prager

In decades of writing columns, I have taken risks but perhaps never one as big this: writing a colum... Read More

Outdated Tradition? Dec. 23, 2017

Dear Annie®

Dear Annie: I am a baby boomer and appreciate the 20th-century tradition of "rising to the occasion"... Read More

Grieving Mom Alienates Family Mar. 19, 2017

Dear Annie®

Dear Annie: I have never written to an advice columnist before, so please bear with me. My dad passe... Read More

Dealing With Debilitating Grief Feb. 10, 2017

Dear Annie®

Dear Annie: I am a 69-year-old man who, until now, only read your column periodically. Each time I r... Read More

Help With Grieving Aug. 22, 2016

Dear Doug

Q: Three months ago, my wife passed away. We had a loving 42-year marriage, and I am grieving deeply... Read More

Pets Are Family Dec. 21, 2015

Dear Doug

Q: My wonderful and loving cat, Andy, and I shared companionship and love for nearly 15 years. Since... Read More