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Beth Dolinar

Reentry after time away is always tricky. I’m thinking of what the moon astronauts must have felt like hurtling toward the ocean at 6 miles a second in the Command Module, thinking, “Well, that sure was fun, but now it’s back to the real world, ugh.”

Q. I read your column about the college student who decided to leave her mom and my heart hurt for her. I remember. My mother was a toxic person in my life. She told me I was fat in high school when I weighed 90 pounds. She told me I was too stupid to go to college (I went anyway). She const…

Mike Buzzelli

Picture it: Washington, D.C., last Thursday. I stood in front of a crowd of romance writers, some professional authors with multiple book deals, others who were putting pen to paper for the very first time. Standing in front of these people (mostly women of various ethnicities) seemed like a…

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