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  • Ask Amy: Woman resents her guy's claim to fatherhood

    Ask Amy: Woman resents her guy's claim to fatherhood
    Dear Amy: My boyfriend and I have been together for 12 years and have a 9-year-old child. My boyfriend has three kids from a previous relationship. His ex also had another child a few months younger than mine (from a one-night stand). Naturally that...
  • More balanced life can help you work better

    Most of us consider ourselves excellent multitaskers. And then we occasionally find ourselves Xeroxing a sandwich while eating the report we meant to copy. Rarely are we as good as we think at juggling work, home, friends, volunteer work, our Star...
  • Ask Amy: Cohabiting might not fit into boyfriend's family values

    Ask Amy: Cohabiting might not fit into boyfriend's family values
    Dear Amy: I am in a new relationship. We are very much in love and have similar values and relationship goals. I am 35 and have been living on my own for over 10 years. My boyfriend is 30 and has never lived on his own. He is Chinese-American and has...
  • Careful conditioning can convert scaredy-dog

    Careful conditioning can convert scaredy-dog
    LAS VEGAS, NV -- This week, experts attending the Western Veterinary Conference in Las Vegas, NV, Feb.15-19, have answered your queries: Q: My Chihuahua growls constantly at my boyfriend, even snapping at times. My boyfriend does give him treats, or...
  • John Kass: Cold weather brings out the stupid in TV, and sometimes in kids

    If there's one thing more stupid than Chicagoans whining about the cold (as if they've never experienced February in the city by the lake), it's another one of those stupid weather stories. And stupid weather stories -- the kind that demean TV...
  • Ask Amy: Friend refuses to cash daughter's graduation check

    Ask Amy: Friend refuses to cash daughter's graduation check
    Dear Amy: I have a friend whose daughter and mine were classmates in intermediate and middle school. Although our daughters moved on to different high schools, we remained close friends. Our daughters graduated the same year but three weeks apart. She...
  • Movement keeps building to the ban puppy mills

    Movement keeps building to the ban puppy mills
    "I don't understand how in a country of animal lovers, puppy mills can be tolerated," says Chicago veterinarian Dr. Scott Rovner. "Now, we've finally begun to speak up and do something about it; we need to." Rovner and a Chicago colleague, Dr. Jane...
  • Don't be a Kanye at work

    Don't be a Kanye at work
    There are so many important things we can learn from famous people. For example, the key to being called "brave" is allowing yourself to be photographed without makeup. And better health is easily obtained by eating foods no one has ever heard of prepared...
  • Hollywood out of its political depth on Oscar night

    PARIS -- The Academy Awards represent the annual celebration of the most formidable soft-power cultural force the world has ever known: Hollywood. If there's one thing that shouldn't be expected from Hollywood, it's depth -- particularly of the...
  • Ask Amy: Teen wonders if her dreams mean she is bisexual

    Ask Amy: Teen wonders if her dreams mean she is bisexual
    Dear Amy: I am a girl in high school. Recently I have started dating a boy, and I have deep feelings for him. We have been friends for a long time. However, I have had many dreams involving girls. I am feeling attracted to girls as well as boys. I...
  • Ask Amy: Parents seek insight into teen daughter's depression

     Ask Amy: Parents seek insight into teen daughter's depression
    Dear Amy: My middle daughter (I have three children) is 18 years old and a senior in high school. She has been a challenge to me, as she has always been very private about her emotions and what is going on in her daily life. Over the last several...