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“Am I expecting too much? If there appears to be no interest in my well-being, shall I just live my life and accept their indifference?”
“It’s hard to watch my brother change like this. What can I do?”
“It is clear that he is overwhelmed and could use a caregiver to help with her daily needs. He is convinced that he doesn’t need any help.”
“I’m nervous about coming out of my shell and finding no one wants to be friends anymore, or that all my communities have shut down.”
“I’m worried that they might even be a danger to someone, including their parents. I’m not sure what my responsibility is here. What should I do?”
“A Bintel Brief,” the Forward’s signature advice column, is now a podcast hosted by Ginna Green and Lynn Harris.
My boyfriend and I are very involved with our local Black Lives Matter chapter but the leader supports Louis Farrakhan. What do I do?
Once a month isn’t enough for this 81-year-old mother. Do they just not care?
She wanted me to believe in God to have sex with her; I wasn’t sure, but I said I was. Now I feel guilty. Do I tell her?