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Dear Prudence | Advice on relationships, sex, work, family, and life

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Advice, commentary, and conversation from Daniel Mallory Ortberg, author of Slate's Dear Prudence column. Every week, Prudie and special guests answer questions about relationships, sex, work, family, and life.

Customer Reviews

So repetitive

Please give your advice and wrap it up. Don’t repeat the same point over and over for the love of god. I love advice columns but had to unsubscribe.

Prudie is the light of my life

Daniel is a godsend!!! I wish I could keep a tiny version of him on my shoulder at all times, so he can whisper advice and affirmations into my ear. Thank you for existing and sharing your wonderful thoughts with us.

ICE Agent

RE: Your Response to the Spouse of an ICE Agent: Prudence— IF you would occasionally take-off your “rose colored glasses” and leave your safe, educated, and white world, you might actually understand that these agencies (while not perfect) serve a valid purpose. I also find it strange that you waited until Trump was in office to criticize ICE. Where were you when the same things were happening under the Obama Administration? If you truly care about the rights of those in the caravan, then are you in “trenches” getting your hands dirty? I have dedicated my life to working in those trenches and have never seen you there..... To the ICE-Agent Spouse— If your friends are treating you (and your spouse) this way, then it’s time for you to find new friends.