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a newspaper columnist who answers questions and offers advice on personal problems to people who write in

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Youcan phone 020 7695 6191/2 or log on to www.facebook.com/sainsburys on November 21 to get expert advice from a select committee of baking agony aunts who will be able to provide answers to your festive baking dilemmas, suggest shortcuts and share priceless tips used in their own kitchens.
Denise Robertson, agony aunt on ITV's This Morning, said: "This guide is designed to offer support and encouragement to grandparents - many of whom play an absolutely key role in their grandchildren's lives."
Denise Robertson, Western Mail columnist and agony aunt on ITV's This Morning, said: "This guide is designed to offer support and encouragement to grandparents - many of whom play an absolutely key role in their grandchildren's lives.
THE Sunday Mail's first agony aunt Paul ine Drake - who worked for the paper from 1966 to 1973 - has died, aged 78.
The data for the study, which is of a qualitative nature, are composed of letters sent to the "Guzin Abla" (Agony Aunt) column of the Hurriyet newspaper.
During the last 40 years, the phenomenon of the agony aunt has grown and the way it's delivered has changed to suit the times.
"My role as an agony aunt came about because of some of the bad things that have happened in my life.
Big Billy Ashcroft is being specifically-endorsed as a marital aid by respected London agony aunts.
I DISAGREE with Daily Mirror columnist Brian Reade (July 17) who says Ann Widdecombe will not be a good agony aunt, because he seems to think she's a virgin.
SHE is one of the country's best loved agony aunts, who has been solving other people's problems for decades.
Her heroine Rose is an agony aunt and Isabel met some of the country's leading agony aunts to find out more about the world of reader problems.
Agony aunts get used to a certain amount of glee when their lives come a cropper - the "Who does she think she is?" syndrome.
Spare him no sorrow, good lady agony aunts. Spare thoughts only for the two little mites.
In popular magazines, advisory columns are highly feminized with women in agony writing in problems and "Agony Aunts" providing advice.
Tanith Carey, author of Never Kiss A Man In A Canoe: Words Of Wisdom From The Golden Age Of Agony Aunts, trawled through an archive of magazines to discover a vast amount of absurd advice from the Victorian and Edwardian times.