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09/17/2018
Properly Caring & Feeding Of Eachother I turned 45 in June and went for my annual physical. That led to lots of extra tests, and finally to the implantation of a pacemaker. My wonderful, loving, kind wife bent over backward to take care of me during that stressful time... More >>

Tags: Attitude, Behavior, Health, Marriage, Personal Responsibility, Regarding Dr. Laura, The Proper Care and Feeding of Marriage, Values
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09/17/2018
Something to Look Forward to On the Long Ride Home Tomorrow will be six months since my husband had an acute stroke in his sleep. He now is in hospice at the Veterans' Care Center. My husband is a disabled veteran, a good family man, a good neighbor, and a provider. More >>

Tags: Cancer, Divorce, Health, Marriage, Regarding Dr. Laura
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09/14/2018
Keeping Me On The Right Path ...I started reading your books and listening to you shortly after our marriage. I took every word to heart and loved every call I heard. Here's what I've learned from you... More >>

Tags: Attitude, Behavior, Marriage, Personal Responsibility, Regarding Dr. Laura, Values
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09/14/2018
Remember He's a Man, Not a Woman ...My father-in-law gave me your book, 'The Proper Care and Feeding of Husbands,' almost 8 years ago for Christmas. As a young, naive woman, I was offended he thought that was a good idea. I put it on the shelf and never read it... More >>

Tags: Behavior, Gratitude, Raising Boys to Men, Real men, Respect, The Proper Care and Feeding of Husbands, Values, Women's Point of View
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09/13/2018
Listen Carefully I've occasionally heard young women call you to ask if they should move with their boyfriends to far away locations. You usually say, not unless you're married! All that advice you give to women is the TRUTH, and I want your listeners to hear my story... More >>

Tags: Attitude, Behavior, Parenting, Personal Responsibility, Stay-at-Home Mom, Values
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09/13/2018
One Activity at a Time My mom (who had been a first grade teacher before I was born and then a stay at home mom) had a good rule regarding after school activities: my sisters and I were only allowed to participate in one after school activity at a time. More >>

Tags: Parenting
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09/12/2018
Tips On How to Avoid Becoming Defensive You may not agree with everything that I say, but the ability to avoid becoming defensive is key to actually having a meaningful discussion. Here are a few ways that will help you deal with becoming defensive... More >>

Tags: Character-Courage-Conscience, Mental Health, Relationships, Stop Whining, Start Living, Ten Stupid Things Men Do to Mess Up Their Lives, Ten Stupid Things Women Do to Mess Up Their Lives, Tips, Values
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09/12/2018
When Perfectionism Stops You from Thriving Do you doubt if you're good enough if you make an honest mistake? If yes, then you are likely a perfectionist. The thing is being a perfectionist doesn't guarantee that you will always get things done better than anyone else. Instead, it can sink you into endless self-doubt, disappointment, and inevitable stress each time you fail to meet up... More >>

Tags: Attitude, Behavior, Personal Responsibility, Tips
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09/12/2018
The Look Of Neglect I am a stay-at-home mom to twin daughters. I take them to a playgroup once a week in our small town. There is one little girl there who is 3 years old, the same age as my twins. Her parents are divorced, dad lives far away, and her mom has a full-time career... More >>

Tags: Attitude, Behavior, Parenting, Personal Responsibility, Stay-at-Home Mom, Values
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09/12/2018
Hanging Up My Ego The #1 biggest and hardest part about being a SAHM is that darned ego... More >>

Tags: Career, Job, Motherhood, Motherhood-Fatherhood, Parenting, Relatives, SAHM stay-at-home mom, Sibling rivalry
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