Dorothy Dix

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United States journalist who wrote a syndicated column of advice to the lovelorn (1870-1951)

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However, I though Dorothy Dix deserved this clarification.
Many moons ago, Dorothy Dix wrote an agony column in The Mirror.
Searching for sympathy from readers, Dorothy Dix commented concerning Nesbit during the trial:
Its author was Elizabeth Meriwether Gilmer, who used the pen name Dorothy Dix.
Dorothy Dix, before her, had written advice essays about self-respect and women's choices; "A Bintel Brief," the advice column in the Jewish Daily Forward, began with immigrants and later focused on how to stay Jewish (something Ann Landers thought about a great deal, for Jews were rare in Iowa in the 1930s).