Cora, who has been married for 12 years, asks why she still has feelings for her closest male friend even though they haven't seen each other in a long time
Art asks our Two Pronged duo if he should continue his relationship with his HIV positive boyfriend even if his 'love for him is less than before'
So you think you're smarter than your boss? Here are a few tips on how to deal
Carl's wife left him for the man they had threesomes with. He writes to our Two Pronged duo, asking for advice.
Bel, a reader, asks our Two Pronged duo if she should stay in her unhappy, sexless second marriage
A 'Two Pronged' reader asks if a past experience has affected his sexual orientation
Here's what may be keeping you from moving forward at work
Margarita Holmes talks about the impact of second marriages on kids and the effects of the non-legalization of divorce on a family
'I want to explore the world. Travel, meet friends and do silly things. He is now looking forward to start a family, have kids and settle. But what about me?'
Margarita Holmes examines two situations and determines whether there is hope for change
Lidia asks whether or not she should stay with her boyfriend of 3 years after she finds out that he is married and has a son with another woman
After two weddings that didn't push through, Adriana asks: 'Is 7 years too soon for him? Should I stay and wait or go?'
Sometimes, not everyone wants to hear about your amazing trip – here's why and how you can avoid it
Nora's boyfriend doesn't want to socialize, is always tired, feeling stressed, and is not that interested in sex anymore – is he depressed?
After her friend's boyfriend makes a pass at her, a woman wonders what she should do and why men put other women in similar situations
'I don't know if she's been or still is talking to other guys. I just can't fully trust her, you know?'
Should a guy tell his wife that he's sexually attracted to his sister-in-law? Can a marriage survive this kind of secrecy – and can it thrive?
Do out-of-this-world perks really get folks to stay with their companies longer? Or is it something else?
Someone's resignation can blindside any boss or organization. Can you really spot this ahead of time? Real talk and honest answers from Jonathan Yabut
'Kailangan talagang pahirapan at patagalin ang pangliligaw. Para malaman mo talaga kung seryoso at kung talagang para sa iyo yung lalaki iyon,' Alex says regarding courtship
Many employers frown upon it, but sometimes it feels necessary to leave a company you've just joined when it isn't working out. How do you manage this? Join our Twitter convo to share your best advice on this topic
Reality bites – or does it? Among the gems: 'Panindigan mo lahat nang papasukan mo.'
Ready or not, the Class of 2015 faced the realities of life after graduation. Here's what they have to say.
Veteran actors Joel Trinidad and Rachel Alejandro talk about the best advice they've ever received, and the lessons they've learned from their years onstage
The partnership aims to produce content that will help OFWs manage their finances better
Just graduated and looking for a job? Here's how this fresh grad did it – even before getting his diploma
One woman says she found her boyfriend's secret Facebook account which revealed details of his sex life. And what's more, he blocked her and two other friends from the account
The friendship between Woods and Day has grown over the past year and the Fil-Aussie golfer admits he regularly turns to the 14-time major champion for advice
When it comes to your career, there's more than one way up
Also, how to answer a related question: 'Why should we hire you?'
From Walt Disney Studios intern to set designer on 'Finding Dory,' Pixar artist Paul Abadilla shares some valuable advice he's learned on the job
Chief Wiggum, Moe the Bartender, Apu, the Old Sea Captain, and the Comic Book Guy dish out important life lessons for this year's Tufts University graduates
The wait is sometimes the hardest part. What can you do to help yourself through when the phone isn't ringing and the inbox remains empty after your job interview?
Many of the laws in the Philippines are based on the 'love and sex advice' dispensed by the Church, says sex and gender columnist Ana Santos
By working as a telemarketer, Kalibrr co-founder and CEO Paul Rivera honed the craft of communication and built soft skills
'He told me that he didn't leave me last year because of the great sex, saying that I was the best in bed and he can't resist me. I felt used.'
She had no college degree, no background in programming or marketing, and had to move in with her dad. Things weren't looking good – but then here's how US entrepreneur Lauren Holliday made it work
'If you answer this poorly, you set yourself up to get grilled by the interviewer. You’ll be a nervous, rambling wreck,' writes Kalibrr co-founder and CEO Paul Rivera
He's the father of her child, and she's realized that she's fallen out of love with him. 'I can’t make love to him the way I did before. And the hardest thing here is like I always long for another man to love me,' goes our Two-Pronged dilemma
How to deal with the office gossip, the manipulative politican, the fumbling newbie, and more?
'We need to be fortified by failures. We should live life to the fullest. You know, every second is an opportunity to live, to grow, not just to breathe.'
Everyone wants the fast track to career success, but what does that realll entail? Here's how this yuppie became a trade marketing head at PLDT at 26
'What I noticed, though he didn’t use to mention it, was that he feels I am too loose 'down there' so we do things to make me tighter,' goes this week's dilemma
'According to her, they were just friends and their friendship just ended because he pulled a gun on her when she refused to accompany him in their company's Christmas party.'
A 16-year-old runner wants nothing more than to bring honor to his family's name
Helpful (and real-life) examples to illustrate some resume dos and don'ts; plus, see an example of a great resume, too
Most people have okay jobs, and that's fine. But others perform on a different level. Here’s what they understand, that most people don’t.
'Is there such a thing as an overly possessive family?' goes this week's dilemma