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is a writer and columnist for The Washington Post and author of the eponymous advice column Carolyn Hax (formerly titled Tell Me About It).
The column debuted in 1997 and is published Sunday, Wednesday, and Friday – syndicated by The Washington Post Syndicate to more than 200 newspapers.
Born December 5, 1966, in Bridgeport, CT, Hax grew up in Trumbull, Connecticut, the youngest of four daughters.
Her father, now retired, was director of research planning at Sikorsky Aircraft in Stratford, CT.
Her essay "Peace and Carrots" was included in the 2006 anthology Mommy Wars: Stay-at-Home and Career Moms Face Off on Their Choices, Their Lives, Their Families (ed. She and her first husband, cartoonist Nick Galifianakis, divorced in June 2002, after being separated a year.
Some of her readers were critical of Hax because she was pregnant with twins when she married her second husband, the father of her twins, her childhood friend Ken Ackerman, in November 2002.
You can still say it, even though having stalled this long will make it more awkward than it needed to be.
Just say, “I should have said this upfront — we have longstanding plans on my birthday.
I have strong feelings for Guy, suspect vice versa.Hax discussed her situation in her weekly online chat, Carolyn Hax Live.Galifianakis has publicly commented on their eight-year relationship as well, saying, "We were a great couple that could maybe be greater apart.I want my low-key birthday with my husband, but this is the only day they have free, and she is very excited to celebrate together.You’ve talked before about how as adults we need to calm down about our birthdays.