Q: My husband and I always wanted children, and six months ago we were blessed with a wonderful, healthy baby girl. I love her to pieces, but whenever someone asks how I am "enjoying" motherhood, I guess the answer is . . . not all that much.
Q: How do friends drift apart if I'm the only one drifting? I have a friend who lives somewhat near me, whom I've known since college. We weren't super close, but I suppose since we've known each other so long, we've kept up this friendship.
Q: My boyfriend's parents are against our relationship. My boyfriend (31) and I (26) have been on and off for three years, but have remained best friends since we met. He is from England, and they have a problem with the idea of him settling in the Midwest.
Q: All my life, my mom ridiculed or belittled my feelings, especially anything negative. She told me I was overreacting, too sensitive or just ridiculous.
NORTH TAMPA — Two bartenders walk into a bar. … One asks the other to marry him. Heck yeah, she says.
Major League Baseball is right around the corner, and I'm thrilled.
A difficult divorce.
Is there an easy one? Perhaps one without children involved?
President Obama recently brought attention to the plight of minority youth when he put forth an initiative known as "My Brother's Keeper," to empower boys and young men of color in an effort to improve the negative statistics that abound regarding young minority boys.