Best known as the doyenne of agony aunts, Katharine Whitehorn wrote a problem column in Saga Magazine for 20 years.
Best known as the doyenne of agony aunts, Katharine Whitehorn wrote a problem column in Saga Magazine for 20 years. Her autobiography Selective Memory was published in 2007, and she was awarded a CBE for services to journalism in 2014.
A reader's daughter-in-law is always watching television.
A reader is not sure whether she should tell her husband that their daughter is gay.
A reader has become estranged from her family and is feeling isolated.
A passionate romance with a younger man doesn't seem to be going anywhere.
A reader writes to agony aunt Katharine Whitehorn for advice.
A reader questions whether men and woman can be platonic friends.
A reader would prefer to sleep alone for a good night's sleep.
A reader's sister is drinking more often and becoming irrational.
A reader has struggled to make friends since moving to a new town.