CJ News & Views
Losing weight, altering your daily schedule, letting go of stress -- all can be difficult to commit to, let alone do. Dr. Laurie has the answer.
Seth's latest battle shows what's on top of spaghetti.
Dear Ms. Meniscus, A really good friend of mine is sad, like, all the time. He seems to be getting worse. Recently he moved away from home and I'm only able to talk to him over the phone, or online. How can I help? -Boise Bill
Dear Ms. Meniscus, My best friend just told me she's attracted to my husband. What do I do? -Run-down Rhoda
Dear Ms. Meniscus, I feel frustrated. My friends are not warming to my boyfriend and it's getting annoying. What should I do? -Tara in Tempe
Dear Ms. Meniscus, My girlfriend doesn't want to have sex anymore. And she says I'm weird and want it too much. What do I do? -Frustrated in Philly
Dear Ms. Meniscus, My girlfriend wants me to go see Mamma Mia with her. MAMMA MIA. What do I do?! -Really Scurred
Dear Ms. Meniscus, Why does my girlfriend get mad when I don't wash my clothes? -Confused in New Jersey
It seems so simple -- casting negativity away. But, as Dr. Laurie explains, if you can learn to do so, it's another means of reclaiming your life. Here's how.
Dear Ms. Meniscus, My boyfriend is studying abroad in Canada and I think he's cheating on me. What do I do? -- Frustrated in France