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 retired couple are finding they want different things from their new lives.
A reader's stepdaughter won't visit or call her father, who has dementia.
A reader is worried her friend will be overwhelmed by the change.
A reader worries her wishes won't be respected after her death.
A reader wonders what she should do about her teenage granddaughter's clothes.
A reader learns that her son is inviting his absent father to his wedding.
A reader is feeling pulled in two directions.
Readers reveal the impact discovering a family secret has had on their life.
A reader discovers that she might not be her father's biological daughter.