It’s never as bad as it seems. So sit back, learn to laugh, and enjoy yourself!
A frustrated reader with outspoken in-laws turns to ‘Dear Dad’ for advice on how to gain control at her next dinner party.
A young man sounds off on the hurt a family has caused to the man he loves. It was a gift worth returning: the “gift” of conditional love. Here is what he has to say to them.
Yes, you read that right. Joe Deprospero purposely moved in with his parents-in-law. And it wasn’t a total nightmare. In fact, it worked.
Heather Gray doesn’t think your marriage has to resemble a sitcom scene. You all really can just get along.
Ornaments, lights and Christmas trees. What a special time of year…to wait to divorce?
Ariane Beeston reflects on the relationship between two important men in her life: her husband and her brother.
Our culture unfortunately stresses the stress of relations between the married children and their in-laws.
I’m married, I have a four-year-old son, and I’m still penning visitation schedules. For my son.
A man considers the social pressures that led to a bad marriage and, ultimately, divorce.
Divorce could be the best thing to happen to your family, too, says Mark Radcliffe.
Will Henderson doesn’t agree that dads are the new moms; he’s pretty sure they’re the new dads.
John Tinseth looks back on the family that used to be his in-laws, and marvels at the way ties unravel.
A man wonders why his fiancé’s father assumes that he should be girly, simply because he’s the shorter one in the relationship.
This week, Dear John advises on oral sex, nut allergies, and accidental assault.