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 brother thinks it is wrong for their mother to downsize.
A reader is concerned her friend is being taken advantage of by a younger man.
A reader is considering altering his will to favour his daughter.
A lonely reader wonders whether there is still time for her to find love.
A retired man has started telling his wife how she should be running the home.
A reader writes to ask how to donate his body to science.
A reader is saddened by his children's unwillingness to discuss their mother.
A lonely reader has only recently come to terms with being gay.
A reader is concerned about her friend's recent drug addiction.