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5 Reasons Why You Get No Replies

I probably get more e-mail than most. I have numerous websites, clients and more business social profiles, to be honest, than I can handle. So, I’m pretty busy. As of late I found that I really don’t have the time, or the inclination to make the time, to respond to e-mails where the Sender clearly […] Read the rest here.... Show More Summary

Take a Chill Pill

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Parent Trap

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Bigot Next Door

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Help! I’m Going to a Gender-Reveal Party. Do I Really Need to Buy a Gift?

Every week, Mallory Ortberg answers additional questions from readers, just for Slate Plus members. Q. Gifts for a gender reveal? Friends of ours are having a gender-reveal party for their baby that is due in the fall. The invitation to the party included a list of the places they are registered. Show More Summary

Business E-mail: Thank You; You’re Welcome

With business e-mail, do you thank a contact or associate for sending you a thank you e-mail? Believe it or not many folks have relay to me that they are so pleasantly surprised to get a “thank you” that they want to thank the sender for actually having the courtesy to thank them! It appears […] Read the rest here.... Show More Summary

So Funny I Forgot to Laugh

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It Wasn’t All Bad

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Cut It Out

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Help! I Love My Partner, but I’ve Fallen for Another Guy.

Every week, Mallory Ortberg answers additional questions from readers, just for Slate Plus members. Q. Confused!: I’ve been dating a wonderful man for the past four years. He is considerate, ambitious, affectionate, and absolutely adores me—everything anyone would want in a life partner. Show More Summary

Friends With Ambiguous Benefits

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Business Support Ticket Etiquette

Let’s define the word support so we are all on the same page: SUPPORT: n. something providing immaterial assistance to a person or cause or interest; supporting structure that holds up or provides a foundation; give moral or psychological support, aid, or courage to; When you go to lodge a website support ticket, you are […] Read the rest here.... Show More Summary

Open Hostility

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Analyze This

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Help! My ADHD Daughter Needs a Reality Check. Should I Kick Her Out of the House?

Every week, Mallory Ortberg answers additional questions from readers, just for Slate Plus members. Q. Goal-less young adult: I’m torn about my young adult daughter. Both of us are facing challenges with ADHD, and this includes a very tension-filled relationship. She isn’t working OR going to school right now, so she has lots of time on her hands. Show More Summary

Family First

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Under Cover

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I Spy With My Leering Eye

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You Don’t Have to Buy Wedding Gifts, Prudie Decrees

Every week, Mallory Ortberg answers additional questions from readers, just for Slate Plus members. Q. Wedding Gift: I would normally always buy a wedding gift for a couple, but I am stumped on what to do for the next wedding I am attending. Show More Summary

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