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01/04/2019
Trying To Spread The Word My best friend recently shacked up with her boyfriend and ignored my warnings about doing so. I recommended she listen to your show (I've been a fan for just over a year) and warned her that if he wasn't putting a ring on her finger, he wasn't willing to commit and lay his life on the line for her... More >>

Tags: Character-Courage-Conscience, Day Care, Parenting, Personal Responsibility, Shacking Up, Ten Stupid Things Women Do to Mess Up Their Lives, Values
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01/04/2019
It's About My Daughter - Not Me! I am a 44-year-old divorced mom with a lovely 11-year-old daughter. I have been listening to you for about a year. After hearing you talk about single parents dating, and how that is not good for the children, I have decided not to date until my daughter is 18... More >>

Tags: Dating, Divorce, Raising kids, Relationships
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01/03/2019
Reminders That I Did The Right Thing ...As I was reading to my little ones, a very well-dressed mother and her three-year-old son who was clutching a toy airplane hurriedly walked by us. The mother dropped her son off at the daycare, and he immediately started screaming... More >>

Tags: Day Care, Job, Parenting, Personal Responsibility, Values
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01/03/2019
Getting Our Son Away from Video Games I have a 25 year old son who is a good kid - very conscientious and good-hearted, but distracted by video games. My wife and I worked on the issue during his teenage years to no avail. More >>

Tags: Education, Personal Responsibility, Response to a Comment, Values
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12/19/2018
We've Come A Long Way My husband and I stupidly got married after knowing each other for only eight months. I didn't realize then that people are on their best behavior when dating, and you need to take the time to get to know each other better... More >>

Tags: Behavior, Dating, Marriage, Personal Responsibility, Values
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12/19/2018
The Christmas I Grew Up The Christmas of 1964 comes close to bringing tears to my eyes even today. We only got presents twice a year: birthday and Christmas. We each got three presents. Often what we got was clearly a cheaper version of what we wanted, but imagination made up the difference... More >>

Tags: Attitude, Budget, Christmas, Disappointment, Finances, Holidays, Tight budget
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12/18/2018
If I Could Turn Back Time In my twenties and early thirties, I enjoyed a successful career in the financial services industry. One of my first hires was perfect for the job, but a few months after we hired her, she told me she was newly pregnant and decided she was going to stop working and raise their child... More >>

Tags: Attitude, Behavior, Job, Motherhood-Fatherhood, Parenting, Personal Responsibility, Stay-at-Home Mom, Values, Women's Point of View
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12/18/2018
I Guess We Raised Her Right I called you looking for affirmation that my husband and I had given our daughter the right advice. She had been asked by a friend's mother to throw a surprise birthday party for this friend, but then the mother said that my daughter shouldn't invite a certain few people... More >>

Tags: Character, Courage, Conscience, Character-Courage-Conscience, Follow up to Call, Morals, Ethics, Values, Response to a Call, Values
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12/17/2018
She's Finally Using Her Brain About a year ago, my wife and I were at a loss as to what to do with our 16-year-old daughter. We have younger children but this one has been a challenge... More >>

Tags: Parenting, Teens, Values
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12/17/2018
After Kicking Him to the Curb When my oldest was heading down the slacker path, I booted him out. The rule is: to stay at home after age 18, my kids must either be employed full-time or in school full-time and passing... More >>

Tags: Personal Responsibility, Raising Boys to Men, Real men, Values
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