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Topic: Do The Right Thing

Do The Right Thing

Email of the Day: I Was Against You Even Without Listening
By Dr. Laura on January 17, 2023

The first time I ever heard you, I thought you sounded scary and mean, so I turned the radio off!

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Email of the Day: β€œTrying” Is for People With No Backbone
By Dr. Laura on January 6, 2023

When my husband announced to me he was quitting drinking and beginning AA, I said to him, β€œSo, what was the tipping point?” To which he responded, β€œI don’t even want to admit this, but...

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Call of the Day Podcast: Should I Donate My Kidney?
By Dr. Laura on December 16, 2022

#24 - Top 40 Countdown '22: Eric is planning to donate a kidney to his cousin but is struggling with his weight and other health issues in preparation. Dr. Laura: "No one is morally...

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Email of the Day: Doing the Right Thing at a Bachelor Party
By Dr. Laura on December 14, 2022

You were the last thing on my mind when I accepted an invitation to join a friend’s bachelor party at a nearby hotel.

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Email of the Day: A $20 Bill Gave Me True Joy
By Dr. Laura on November 29, 2022

A long time ago, I was at a tire store having service done on my truck. The manager was helping a young lady who appeared to be about 7 months pregnant. Her car was rather old, and she...

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Call of the Day Podcast: You Gave Me The Gift of Thankfulness
By Dr. Laura on November 22, 2022

Erica calls Dr. Laura with thanks for helping her learn how to appreciate her husband and the joys of being a stay-at-home mom.

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Email of the Day: My Teenage Friends Wanted Me to Disobey My Parents
By Dr. Laura on November 16, 2022

Growing up, I was never allowed to watch PG-13 movies unless pre-approved by my parents. When I was 15, this rule was still in place. I was out with my teenage friends and they wanted to...

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Email of the Day: My Husband Was There When I Didn’t Know I Needed Him
By Dr. Laura on October 24, 2022

When I was two hours away from home after visiting family, I hit a deer as I was driving. I had never hit and killed an animal before, so I was shaken up. I called my husband and told him...

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Email of the Day: My Dad Knew I Cared
By Dr. Laura on October 10, 2022

My father had dementia and lived in a care facility. The deterioration of his personality was a big challenge for me to cope with, and was the hardest thing I ever went through. But I...

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