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  • Stop overcomplicating job interviews — just be yourself

     Stop overcomplicating job interviews — just be yourself
    The workplace made its way on to Twitter the other day as users went creatively crazy with the hashtag #FiveWordsToRuinAJobInterview. Here are a few examples: "It's prosthetic. My nose. See?" — @trumpetcake "Have you seen my ferret?" —...
  • Ask Amy: Wronged husband wants to tell the other wife

    Ask Amy: Wronged husband wants to tell the other wife
    Dear Amy: My wife and I are separating after 13 years of marriage. A few months ago she said she was unhappy. Then I learned she had formed an "emotional and spiritual connection" with a married man from church, someone I know and whose children play with...
  • Jews, outnumbered by Muslims, suffer under mob rule

    Jews, outnumbered by Muslims, suffer under mob rule
    In the wake of the terrorist attack on a kosher market in Paris, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu asked French Jews to come home. I don't particularly like that advice. I think it would be a tragedy if centuries of Jewish French culture had...
  • Ask Amy: Newlywed hates his wife. What next?

    Ask Amy: Newlywed hates his wife. What next?
    Dear Amy: I've been married for two weeks and frankly I hate my wife. She is completely lazy, and pays absolutely no attention to me. She was so nice when we were dating, but it was probably all just for show. I come from a "richer type of family" and...
  • Pills that taste good go down easier

    Q: Years ago, I remember watching you on "Animal Planet" explaining how you'd trained your cat to take a pill. Now my cat needs a pill, and no matter I do, she drops it on the floor, then walks away. Any advice? -- L.G., via cyberspace A: First, buy an...
  • Ask Amy: Apartment life comes with the stomp of little feet

    Ask Amy: Apartment life comes with the stomp of little feet
    Dear Amy: My husband and I have been living in our apartment for the past three years and generally enjoy it. However, the couple that lives in the apartment directly above us have custody of the husband's two children (elementary age) every other...
  • Ask Amy: Wife wonders if she should curl up and dye

    Ask Amy: Wife wonders if she should curl up and dye
    Dear Amy: I have been married for 17 years, and for the past year I have stopped coloring my hair. Last week my husband told me that he is not attracted to me anymore — mainly because of my hair color. I feel very strongly about not coloring my...
  • Start the new year focusing on sincere relationships at work

     Start the new year focusing on sincere relationships at work
    A funny thing about people is they seem to respond best when you treat them like people. That can be a cumbersome quirk, particularly when the people in question are your employees, but the fact remains that human-to-human interaction is most...
  • Ringing out the year with liberal double standards

    Ringing out the year with liberal double standards
    Many conservatives finished the year angry about the same thing they were angry about at the beginning of the year: liberal double standards. As I write this, GOP House Whip Steve Scalise is in hot water over reports that he spoke to a group of racist...
  • Ask Amy: Adoptee finds birth family, encounters denial

    Ask Amy: Adoptee finds birth family, encounters denial
    Dear Amy: I am a female adoptee in my 40s. I was raised by a great family but was always curious about my roots. In my 20s I was able to reach out anonymously to my birth mother through the adoption agency, but she refused to have any contact with me....
  • Ask Amy: Son should be sent packing with a roll of quarters

    Ask Amy: Son should be sent packing with a roll of quarters
    Dear Amy: My two adult kids live at home with my husband and me. Our son is 25; our daughter is 23. Both are college grads with good jobs. They make more money than I do. I work and also do all the laundry and cooking. I don't mind having them home...