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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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“Matthew” is a perfect gentleman in many respects, but he has one habit that I find very rude and jarring: He burps, frequently, and sometimes without even covering his mouth.

By Annie Lane May 27, 2020
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Dear Annie: I come from a large family. I was the youngest of four girls, and there were several years between us. Growing up, I barely knew my two older sisters.

By Annie Lane May 25, 2020
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My mom had a stroke a few months ago. My husband and I are building a house, so my brother suggested it would be easier if we stayed with her to help with her rehabilitation.

By Annie Lane May 25, 2020
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There are so many heroes who are all helping us get through the COVID-19 crisis. I want to mention the strength of our college students and the amazing things they are doing ...

By Annie Lane May 23, 2020
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Dear Annie: My first cousin died two weeks ago, but not one of her siblings called to tell me or any of my sisters the news.

By Annie Lane May 21, 2020
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Dear Annie: I’ve been seeing this guy, “David,” on and off for almost a year and a half and we have this long-distance relationship going on.

By Annie Lane May 20, 2020
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Dear Annie: I am a USPS mail carrier. My husband was sent home six weeks ago, with pay, while I head out every morning to the possibility of contracting COVID-19.

By Annie Lane May 19, 2020
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I am 81 years old and a longtime reader of your advice column. I thought the message below might be useful to you and your readers somehow.

By Annie Lane May 18, 2020
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Dear Annie: Because of the pandemic, people have cleared the shelves of many food items, including flour and prepared foods. After those were wiped out, they started buying up gluten-free foods, leaving those with food allergies with limited products to buy.

By Annie Lane May 17, 2020
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Dear Annie: We hear so many accounts of sick relatives dying alone in the hospital and family members feeling helpless and guilty because they can’t be by their side, even though it’s not their fault.

By Annie Lane May 16, 2020

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