Amy Dickinson, MLive

Amy Dickinson

MLive

Freeville, NY, United States

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Recent:
  • MLive
  • NJ.com
  • SudburyStar
  • Marin IJ
  • lehighvalleylive.com
  • East Bay Times
  • San Jose Mercury News
  • The Denver Post
  • Washington Post
  • chicagotribune.com
Past:
  • Sun Sentinel
  • The Whig-Standard
  • Orlando Sentinel
  • The Union-Tribune
  • Detroit Free Press
  • The Tennessean
  • IthacaJournal
  • The Fresno Bee
  • pressconnects
  • Hartford Courant
  • and more…

Recent articles by Amy:

Ask Amy: Readers share tips on getting teens to do chores around the house

A recent column bemoaned lackluster teens who let chores slide - readers respond → Read More

Ask Amy: Loyalty points don’t come with freelance work

Amy Dickinson gives advice in her latest column. → Read More

ASK AMY: Loyalty points don’t come with freelance work

Dear Amy: I did some contract work for a large corporation for three months last year, helping them to finish a large project. Two weeks after starting there, I received a better offer from another company. This offer had the possibility of going full time. I turned the offer down because I had already made […] → Read More

Ask Amy: I just realized I don’t like my family. Do I have to visit them? – Marin Independent Journal

Pretty soon we’ll be out of quarantine and I’ll need a new excuse. → Read More

Ask Amy: Job interviews by phone are not an easy call

Amy Dickinson gives advice in her latest column. → Read More

Ask Amy: I’m engaged to a great guy who just might dump me – Marin Independent Journal

I can’t even move in with him because I’m afraid of what could happen. → Read More

Ask Amy: Job seeker wants tips for successful phone interviews

Even before Covid, much of the hiring process involved the phone → Read More

Ask Amy: COVID doctors weigh skipping family wedding

Amy Dickinson gives advice in her latest column. → Read More

Ask Amy: I want to fly the flag on the Fourth without making a political statement

Plus: I’m a doctor, and I’ve been invited to their socially irresponsible wedding. → Read More

Ask Amy: Doctors on front lines of Covid fight worry over wedding invite

Amy: If physicians lack the ability to make a clear choice, based on science, then what chance do the rest of us have? → Read More

Ask Amy: Citizen wants to become even more ‘American'

Amy Dickinson gives advice in her latest column. → Read More

ASK AMY: Behind closed doors, husband is not so great

Dear Amy: I’ve been married for two years. My husband has a difficult time taking my feelings into consideration. He often ignores my calls and texts. He makes plans with his friends when my family has an event they have invited us to. I am tired of this. Everyone else sees him as this “great […] → Read More

Ask Amy: I’m afraid my un-American attitudes put people off

Plus: People think my husband is great, but behind closed doors, it’s a different story. → Read More

Ask Amy: Immigrant living a successful life wants to be ‘more American’

Born in the Soviet Union, this American citizen feels cultural differences are a handicap → Read More

Ask Amy: Husband serves time for the sake of the kids

Amy Dickinson gives advice in her latest column. → Read More

ASK AMY: Husband serves time for the sake of the kids

Dear Amy: I’ve been married to my wife since 2003. In 2011, I found her texting and flirting with a friend of mine. We ultimately broke up. It was pretty much a mutual decision. I met another woman who was everything I dreamed of. I moved toward divorcing my wife. I wanted to move on […] → Read More

Ask Amy: The people in the store freak me out, but I’m afraid to confront them – Marin Independent Journal

Plus: My fiancee died so I went back to my wife, and I’m miserable. → Read More

Ask Amy: Teacher should take her parents to school

Amy Dickinson gives advice in her latest column. → Read More

ASK AMY: Teacher should take her parents to school

Dear Amy: I am a married, 50-year-old, elementary school teacher. Socially and politically I lean firmly left and my family is very aware of it. My parents and my in-laws are VERY conservative and quite religious. At gatherings they are very vocal about their disdain for liberals and Democrats, calling them names, saying they’re going […] → Read More

Ask Amy: They say I’m going to hell. My husband says let it go.

Ask Amy: I find my husband's neutral stance annoying. Plus: His COVID test was negative, but he won't shut up about how sick he was. → Read More