My sister chews so loudly at the breakfast table, I feel like my head is going to explode. How do I make it stop? -- Nathan in Newark
My friend keeps bailing on me when we make plans together. I had to eat dinner alone -- again -- the other night because of this. What do I do? -- Sam in Salem
My husband refuses to let me hold the remote when we're watching TV. What should I do? -- Mary in Mississippi
Last time I wrote about dating and arthritis. This week, I came across two different articles that address the next level of a relationship when you have arthritis -- sexuality and intimacy.
This was a good time of year to take a minute to look within.
Against his wishes, Creak took a connecting flight through D.C. ... his brow furrowed in anticipation of what was to come.
Seth should talk and eat less. Maybe then his jaw won't hurt.
A reader wrote in to Ms. Meniscus worried that -- because of her arthritis diagnosis -- no one would possibly want to date her. Dr. Laurie steps in to shine light on a relationship problem all-too-common for autoimmune disease patients.
Despite having a total hip replacement, and obvious joint deformities of the hands, I am a dance teacher and hide things very well. I never let anyone get too close and now I'm terrified of ending up alone. What do I do? -- J in Jasper
My son and I used to have conversations all night long -- giggling and telling jokes, he telling me about his day, his dreams, the future. But we don't talk anymore. One day it just stopped. What can I do to bring that back? -- Mary in Maine