a loaded question
Q: When a woman asks what I think of her new tattoo, how do I respond? Look without looking? Especially when I'm "being a pervert" for looking at her chest. Even if that's where it is.
Q: My girlfriend and I have wonderful friends who like to cook for us when we visit them. We take them out for dinner to reciprocate, but I don't always feel that is enough. What is the proper etiquette to show our appreciation?
Q: A recent column about family ( wapo.st/1cDW9Nq) really hit home.
child know that his visits are not always welcome
Q: I went to college with two friends who are now a couple. I currently work with the boyfriend while his girlfriend works in a different organization down the street from us.
While he takes a well-needed break, she is left to just trust
When used in question form during an adult conversation, why becomes a fairly direct means to an end. But coming from a toddler repeatedly peppering you with that singular word, it can become maddening — like Chinese water torture.
Why? Why? Why?
Don't automatically defer to fiance when making decisions