Joey advises a reader to not let her self-worth be determined by her former best friend’s bullying behavior.Read More
Joey advises a reader to rethink her idea of a loyal friendship.
Joey advises a reader to focus on self-care, not meditation.
Knowing what her man used to be, can she respect who he is now?
Joey advises a reader to not let her sister-in-law’s hot mess tantrums affect her.
Joey advises one reader to ignore her siblings’ weak response to her pregnancy and another reader to adult up with his family.
She thinks her boyfriend betrayed her—but who did she betray in kind?
He thinks they’re happy, but she wants to admit they have problems worth an argument.
Her husband received a surprise inheritance from his father, who left the family 30 years ago. Her mother-in-law wants that money. Who should have a say?
Her hubby’s so obsessed with talking about the president, she’s thinking of divorcing him after 43 years. But will that solve it?
Open your heart to a woman who knows who she is and who she wants.
Is it time drop friends like these?
Not all criticism is helpful, or even about you. Here’s how to deal with people projecting their unresolved issues your way.
How do you develop trust in God or the universe?
How do you stop attracting deadbeats?
She’s tired of getting tangled in his beard. Can Ask Joey get him closer to the razor’s edge?
She left an abusive man, but they keep rejoining for sex. He’s the father of her daughter, and she feels like she’s neglecting her baby. Bad mom?