Whether it's your family, friends or cell-phone provider challenging your gratitude this year, we have the solutions to your dilemmas. With special guest artists!
Literary debuts by Sigal Samuel and Jonathan Weisman have familiar premises but offer charms all their own.
Does your Jewish girlfriend have strong opinions she likes to foist on your friends, or are Jewish women too bold for you generally? After a too-long hiatus, our advice columnist returns to counsel the complaining.
After Birth by Elisa Albert, The Nazi Officer's Wife by Edith Hahn Beer, and Paper Love by Sarah Wildman: while recovering from surgery, our literary editor reads books about female endurance.
Can newlyweds still have sex when their parents come for a visit?
The joys and benefits of shouting, and why some people won't tell you who does their hair.
Why you shouldn't feel obliged to indulge a dog fetish, and what not to do upon receiving a sex toy meant for the crush next door.
Yom Kippur advice for shushing your mother in the pews, and not viewing mundane mishaps as God's wrath.