Is it possible that people come to weddings and don't get gifts for the couple? Continuing a recent thread of questions about gift-giving, a woman who got married almost a year ago wonders if she should follow up with guests who didn't give a gift to find out if a package got lost in the mail.
A mom writes about an unsettling encounter with an elderly woman at the park who kissed her son on the top of his head. What's the line between stranger-danger and respecting your elders, and what should she do if she sees this woman again?
A letter writer describes how two of her friends have been dating for a few months but the woman worries that the guy isn't that into her because he's hardly made a physical move. The aspiring matchmaker asks for advice on how to talk to them about this without embarrassing anyone.
Ask Miriam Steinberg-Egeth, a local mom and involved member of Philadelphia's Jewish community. Wondering what's an appropriate gift for a Bar Mitzvah? How to deal with an annoying friend/parent/relative? How to find your soulmate? From dating to parenting, Miriam welcomes any and all questions. Email yours to [email protected] and put "Advice Well question" in the subject line. More from this author