Annie Lane

Advice columnist Annie Lane is a young wife and mother with a gift for helping other people solve problems. In a voice that's sympathetic, funny and firm, Lane provides common-sense solutions to life's dilemmas.

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Dear Annie: Man wants to say the right things

Dear Annie: Recent revelations regarding sexual harassment have prompted me to examine some of my own behavior and actions as they relate to women.

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Dear Annie: Wedding guests left hanging

Dear Annie: I recently attended a couple of weddings that left me baffled.

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Dear Annie: Taker in the form of a giver

Dear Annie: My brother-in-law, “Tom,” is 70 years old and a totally disabled Navy veteran.

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Dear Annie: No consequences for bad behavior

Dear Annie: I am inclined to ask for an outside opinion after spending time with my grandkids at their home last night and witnessing a lot of violent behavior with which they got away.

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Dear Annie: Adventures with social media leave her feeling left out

In this day and age, it is very hard to ignore what people are doing in their private lives when it’s plastered all over Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Specifically, I am referring to photos of social gatherings that have me feeling left out.

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Dear Annie: Making sexy eyes at other men

My husband of 45 years and I are at our wits’ end. We have seen counselors and even tried hypnosis, to no avail.

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Dear Annie: Activities galore

Dear Annie: I’m interested in so many things that I think I have become a jack-of-all-trades.

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Dear Annie: When does milk go bad?

Dear Annie: My husband and I disagree on when to discard milk. Lately, I find that our milk is spoiled by the “sell by” date on the bottle.

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Dear Annie: All but biological

Dear Annie: I recently discovered that the man I called Dad all my life was not my biological father, after he passed away last year.

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Dear Annie: Look who dropped in

Dear Annie: I occasionally have lunch with a relative whose company I enjoy.

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