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Have you recently suffered through a torturous family get-together? Are you dealing with a paranoid significant other? Need some advice?

Carolyn Hax, advice columnist for The Washington Post, joins us Wednesday, April 18.

We’re looking for stories to share on the air. You can, of course, be completely anonymous.

Stephanie Curtis, social media host

  • Judith M. James

    I no not have a personal drama or question about my personal life, there is a reason why I am single. I am just writing to say how brilliant Carolyn is. I am an advice giver myself and typically believe I have the absolute best advice to give everyone with a problem so I read the problems in Carolyn’s column and think obviously here is what this person needs to hear and sometimes I am right on with Carolyn’s response and many times Carolyn blows me away with her spot on right answers. She is a national treasure besides that her columns are absolutely great reading.

  • Ashley

    Hi Carolyn,

    I have known my in-laws for 12 years, and I have been married for 10 years to their son. My husband has never had a good relationship with his parents and I have tolerated them. However, during the last visit to them in FL this February, I reached my limit. My mom-in-law does not respect the decision I make with raising my daughter. She consistently brings up inappropriate topics in the presence of my 6-year-old daughter (child-sex offenders living in the neighborhood, plastic surgery, etc). She imposes her religion on me and tries to indoctrinate my daughter in her religion even though my husband has asked her not to. My husband and I parted on bad terms with her (she didn’t even acknowledge us when we departed for the airport). Now she calls every weekend wanting to speak only to my daughter who she has never called in the past. I believe my mom-in-law is manipulative and I don’t want to have a relationship with her any more. Life is too short to become embroiled in her craziness. Am I wrong for feeling this way.

    Thank you.

  • Not comfortable with this

    Hi Carolyn, My husband manages several account executives. It’s about 1/2 men, 1/2 women. There are about 13 of them. One of the female execs was widowed about 3 years ago. She owns a lake home. One day a year, my husband and all the execs meet at this lake home for supposed business meetings along with boat rides, drinks, etc. No spouses obviously. My husband calls it bonding. I call it fishy!! I feel this is inappropriate in today’s business world – and you can imagine why. Am I out of line?

  • Julie

    Hi Carolyn,

    My sister and I have a strained relationship, which was made worse when my sister took money from my elderly parents’ home. Should I confront my sister or leave it to my parents to deal with it or not deal with as they wish?