CJ News & Views
Shuttling between several doctors? Dr. Laurie explains exactly how to protect yourself.
Displaying cheerfulness for those around us -- solely because they cannot handle the sadness of disease -- can cause more harm than good, Dr. Laurie writes.
Creak goes on a journey through the laundry room ... and the office ... and daytime TV.
My friends all complain that I'm too negative all the time and that I don't know how to be happy. Personally, I feel quite happy. Why don't they think so, too? -- "Sad" Stephanie
My friends give me a hard time about the number of girls that I date and talk it up as if I were some sort of male slut. What do I say to them? -- Bed-Hopping Ben?
I try to be funny with my friends: tell jokes and be the life of the party and all. But lately, everyone seems to be getting ticked off at me for the things that I say. What do I do? -- Silly Steve
... they know too much about you.
Seth plays Russian Roulette every time he climbs a flight of stairs.
My friend Stacie is my best mate in the world, and I think I've fallen in love with her. I want to explore the possibility of dating, but fear she'll simply take the mickey out of me at the thought. What can I do? -- Dirk in Devonshire
I have had the hugest crush on this friend of mine for several months now, and it's getting worse. Normally I'm the center of the party. But when he enters the room, I find it increasingly difficult to breathe, let alone string two words together. What do I do? -- Talkative Todd