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01/17/2018
My Third Parent I have been listening to your program since I was in a car seat in my dad's car. He was a big talk-radio junkie in the 90's and your show became one of my favorite things about driving with my dad. I remember sitting in the car with my head against the window, completely silent, listening to you talk to the hurting, the normal, the crazy, and the absolutely outrageous. They never stopped coming to you with their problems and needs. More >>

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01/04/2018
Finding A Way For My Family ...Twenty-nine years ago, I walked away from a fast-track, financially rewarding career path to stay home with my four children. My colleagues and boss were shocked... More >>

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01/03/2018
I'm Single And Proud Of My Traditional Values I talk about your show at work so much that my co-workers refer to you as my girlfriend... More >>

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01/02/2018
Giving Credit Where It Is Due I want to give credit and honor to my youngest daughter and her husband. She's been a stay at home mom to two boys from day one, even though it has been a struggle financially... More >>

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12/15/2017
Making the Necessary Changes I started listening to you back in 2004 as a truck driver, because there was nothing else good on the radio. I laughed at your advice to listeners until one day, you had a caller who was faced with the exact situation I was in... More >>

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12/14/2017
Teaching My Little Man The Value of Hard Work ...In the mornings, when I drive him to school, we practice his spelling words. We do this every day like clockwork and he does not even ask to go play with his friends until his homework is done. This allows us to be together while he works so I can help him if he needs it... More >>

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12/13/2017
Adjustments Of The Stay At Home Mommy I had a stay at home 'aha' moment when my first child was about a year and a half old. I was teaching on a short-term contract, had a miscarriage, and my husband's work situation meant I was single parenting most of the time. I found myself becoming more and more short-tempered with my toddler... More >>

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12/12/2017
My Husband, My Rock My husband and I got married when we were 21 and he enlisted in the Marines. We only saw each other for 21 days in the first 18 months of our marriage. In those 21 days, I got pregnant, and it definitely wasn't planned... More >>

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12/11/2017
Work...Work...Work ...My mother was a stay-at-home mom too. She was there for me every single day. She saw me off to school and was there when I got home. She made our house into a beautiful home, and took great pride in making our life the best it could be... More >>

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12/08/2017
Changing My Ways ...In my mind nothing he did was right, and I found myself snapping at him all too often. I knew something needed to change but I wasn't woman enough to admit that I was the one who needed to change, but I wasn't woman enough to admit that I was the one who needed to change. So, I continued... More >>

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