Ask Eleni – Greek Advice Column

Dating Troubles? Struggles with Greek Parents? Need help dealing with a Greek mother-in-law? Ask Eleni is a weekly column offering a healthy does of good old fashion Greek advice with a twist.

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Eleni Vidalis, wife and mother of 3, has hosted a local
Boston Greek Television program “The Greek Program”
for 20 years and is a staple in the New England Greek
community and beyond. Her love of Greek culture and heritage
is second only to her love of sarcasm, humor and having fun.

Ask Eleni is an opportunity for people to send in their
questions about topics ranging from dating troubles,
struggles with strict parents,  koumbario selection
drama and of course…Greek mother-in-laws.

Disclaimer: Eleni does not have a degree in psychology nor can she write prescriptions for medication to help you deal with the stress of hosting Easter.  Her advice comes from her heart and is always laced with a touch of humor. This column is meant for entertainment and offers a heaping dose of honesty that only a Greek mother can deliver with a smile on her face.

 

Question of the Week (10/22)

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Previous Columns:
10/15 – My mother-in-law spies on my phone calls
10-8- Are Greek mothers naturally louder than other cultures?

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