CJ News & Views
My girlfriend is studying out of the country right now and I won't see her until Christmas. Being without her ... it's awful. Is this normal? -- Blue Billy
Without realizing it, arthritis can lead us to hide behind a protective shield. Dr. Laurie illustrates how tearing down that barrier reveals our true beauty.
Seth realizes that sometimes, you just need to imagine good health.
Creak has never hidden his annoyance with most young folks. But seeing them out en masse voting brought a twinkle to his eye.
I really want a phone but my dad is refusing -- saying it's going to be expensive! What shall I do? -- Megan in Montana
My boyfriend and I moved in together a few months ago and things just aren't the way they were before. There is no conversation, no affection (although I try my hardest) and he just seems so uninterested. I need some advice on how to get back on track because we are losing each other. -- Sally in San Diego
My sister and I have been raging back and forth at each other over this year's presidential election. Does this mean we'll be fighting forever? -- Tommy in Tupelo
Seth is sidelined for the NYC marathon and ponders his place in the world (of running). Bagel-in-hand.
A response to my last column got me thinking: one of our members pointed out the inexpensive beauty of endorphins for feeling better.
Do you ever find yourself thinking, "Only the stupid ones are breeding"?