Judith answers questions about an ex who likes surprises, a suitor for whom Valentine's Day isn't Jewish enough, and a sexual fantasy that's best accommodated--even if it makes you cringe.
From relationship temptations to the biblical origins of who serves dinner, our resident advice columnist takes on the big issues
How to lose your virginity when you can't shake the notion that pre-marital sex is a sin, and why your mother's OK with you keeping secrets from potential mates.
Why worry about an elementary school teacher's pot habits when women have to be pretty all the time? Plus: gifts that keep on unwrapping.
A boyfriend who would bend the rules of sexual gifts, a vegetarian whose mother puts turkey in everything, and a kosher wife whose in-laws can't fathom stuffing without pork.
A woman wonders if her crush on her friend's boyfriend means he's a control freak, plus a word about overseas aid.
Deciphering the sincerity of a cheater's apology, and why this is the year to shove a few latkes down any Hanukkah-haters throats.
The scary prospect of multiple girlfriends meeting each other on Halloween, and why it's sometimes frighteningly difficult to talk people out of ill-considered costumes.
Why you don't need to stay pals with your ex if you were never pals to begin with, and what to tell a guy who likes to get it on when much, much older women are around.
A bride wants a pervert-free wedding, and a therapist thinks she qualifies as a birthday gift.