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Should She Stop Taking Money from Her Mom?

By kat_rosenfieldMay 26, 2011
Dear Kat, I have a problem. I have beaver teeth, and keep wanting to gnaw on trees and wooden furniture and it's really killing my social life... just kidding! My real problem is my relationship with my mother. She has anxiety, hypochondria, and is not the ... More  →
Should She Stop Taking Money from Her Mom?

Auntie SparkNotes: Coming Up Short

By kat_rosenfieldMay 25, 2011
Dear Auntie Sparknotes, I'm a guy who is really, really short. Not 5'6" but 4'9". And I'm not a middle schooler - I'm a junior in high school. Before seventh grade, I was really into sports. I was one of the tallest boys in my class, ... More  →
Auntie SparkNotes: Coming Up Short

Auntie SparkNotes: Confessing a Crush

By kat_rosenfieldMay 24, 2011
Dear Auntie Sparknotes, How's it shakin'? This is a weird letter to write for me. But I need your advice, because I can't really ask anyone I know without it being MEGA ZOMG AWKWARD SELFDESTRUCT X10000000. So here goes: I like this guy. ... More  →
Auntie SparkNotes: Confessing a Crush

Auntie SparkNotes: How Not To Be Creepy

By kat_rosenfieldMay 23, 2011
Hey Auntie! So I go to a small school, like 25-kids-in-the-graduating-class small. So the dating selection is a bit slim to put it mildly. This lack of a selection makes it difficult to date. I have given up on the girls in my school altogether. Most ... More  →
Auntie SparkNotes: How Not To Be Creepy

How to Make Manfriends

By kat_rosenfieldMay 20, 2011
Hey Kat, This probably isn't normal but I'm a guy and I have no guy friends. I'm a college freshman, I work best studying on my own, and I'm too busy with school, volunteering, and work to join a club. Therefore, most guys I meet tend ... More  →
How to Make Manfriends

Auntie SparkNotes: Post-Dump Dating

By kat_rosenfieldMay 20, 2011
Dear Auntie Sparknotes, I've run into a bit of a dilemma in my love life. I broke up with my boyfriend (now ex) about two months ago, and we we dated for a relatively long time...around five months. We were really close and serious about it, ... More  →
Auntie SparkNotes: Post-Dump Dating

Rain, Rain, Go (and STAY) Away

By kat_rosenfieldMay 20, 2011
First, the bad news: I accidentally cut my feet out of these pictures. Oops! But, it's okay! Because the good news is, I was actually wearing the same exact shoes that I had on in the last post. (Yeah, yeah, it's boring—but considering that the ... More  →
Rain, Rain, Go (and STAY) Away

Auntie SparkNotes: Singing the Blues

By kat_rosenfieldMay 19, 2011
Dear Auntie, I've grown up in a musical family. My parents met when they worked for the same opera company, and I've basically been singing since I came out of the womb. I've taken voice lessons for eight years, and I just absolutely love it, and ... More  →
Auntie SparkNotes: Singing the Blues

How to Appreciate All the Things

By kat_rosenfieldMay 19, 2011
It's Appreciation Week here at SparkNotes, and that means just one thing: it's time to appreciate ALL THE THINGS. Or, in this case, to write short notes to all the little (or medium-sized, or even very large) things we may or may not have forgotten to thank for their awesome More  →
An Illustrated Guide To Appreciating All The Things

Auntie SparkNotes: Free, Clear, and College-Bound!

By kat_rosenfieldMay 18, 2011
Dearest Auntie, I have a dilemma that hopefully your awesome advice givingness can solve! I am a high school senior about to go off to college. There was this girl I dated during my junior year who I had an awesome connection with. We were like ... More  →
Auntie SparkNotes: Free, Clear, and College-Bound!
About the Author
kat_rosenfield

Kat Rosenfield is a writer, illustrator, advice columnist, YA author, and enthusiastic licker of that plastic liner that comes inside a box of Cheez-Its. She loves zombies and cats. She hates zombie cats. Follow her on Twitter or Tumblr @katrosenfield.

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