Ask Amy: Where there is a will, there is no way – The Denver Post

Dear Amy: My husband’s narcissistic father died by suicide three months ago. After over 25 years of our adult life dealing with his childish, nasty, out-of-proportion reactions to our lifestyle and family values, we created boundaries for him within our family. It infuriated him that he could not control us

Ask Amy: Overwhelmed man wants to withdraw – The Denver Post

Dear Amy: I’m struggling. We started a business and had a baby during the pandemic. My wife and I have become reclusive (especially me). The isolation has caused me to lose my social graces. Basically, I just feel annoyed by everyone. I don’t want to get together with people. My

Ask Amy: Newly married couple nurses gift-grudge – The Denver Post

Dear Amy: My partner of 28 years and I decided to finally marry (at age 70) last December. Due to the pandemic, the ceremony was conducted on Zoom with just a very few close friends and family members. Shortly after, I announced our marriage and posted a couple of photos

Ask Amy: Poorly placed tattoo causes grief – The Denver Post

Dear Amy: I am a 47-year-old woman. My husband, “Bart,” (age 50) and I have been together for eight years. Bart is a firefighter in a large city. Bart has several tattoos on this left arm (a “sleeve”). His tattoos are tasteful and well thought out. Whenever he considers a

Ask Amy: Germ risks also contaminate relationships – The Denver Post

Dear Readers: Every year during this time I step away from my column to work on other creative projects. I hope you enjoy these “Best Of” Q&A from 10 years ago. Today’s topic is: “Germ Donors!” I also invite readers to subscribe to my weekly “Asking Amy” newsletter, at,