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Dr. Laura Call of the Day | 2020 Nominee • 15th Annual Podcast Awards - Kids & Family Category

Official feed of the Dr. Laura Call of the Day Podcast! As one of the most popular talk show hosts in radio history, Dr. Laura Schlessinger offers no-nonsense advice infused with a strong sense of ethics, accountability, and personal responsibility; she's been doing it successfully for more than 40 years, reaching millions of listeners weekly. Her internationally syndicated radio program is heard exclusively on SiriusXM's Triumph 111, and is streamed on the internet and podcast. This podcast offers a collection of Call of the Day episodes from the radio program. To participate on the radio program; call 1-800-Dr-Laura / 1-800-375-2872 or make an appointment - https://www.drlaura.com/make-an-appointment. Become a Dr. Laura Family Member: https://www.drlaura.com/ See https://www.drlaura.com/privacy-policy for privacy information.

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1860 Episodes
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Mark is different from his friends and believes it's a negative that his mother raised him to be a God-fearing, rule-following young man.
Dave snores and feels terrible about keeping his wife up all night, but she doesn't want to sleep in separate rooms.
Our Mom Yells Too Much

Our Mom Yells Too Much

2021-03-0108:301

Frankie and Lena's mom often loses her temper, and they want her to find better ways to cope with parenthood.
9-year-old Judah is wishing for a better relationship with his biological father who hasn't been around much since Judah was a baby.
Suzy is frustrated by her twin 14-year-old daughters who roll their eyes and reject her input and advice.
Corinne isn't happy that her boyfriend doesn't hold her hand, falls asleep when they watch movies together and basically shows little interest in being with her, but she continues to date him anyway.
Marie's 16-year-old daughter has left home to live with her biological father, and Marie wants to go to court to force her to come back home.
My Son is Sexting

My Son is Sexting

2021-02-2508:57

Amber's 13-year-old son has been sexting with a classmate, and Amber and her husband aren't sure how to handle him.
Lisa's husband is annoyed by her constant need to correct him and always be right.
I Did the Right Thing!

I Did the Right Thing!

2021-02-2307:49

Janette called Dr. Laura more than a year ago about a man who did her wrong. She took Dr. Laura's advice and now feels stronger than ever and ready to find love.
Lauren grew up feeling distant from her mother and fears being emotionally unavailable and a poor role model to her four daughters.
Renee's husband gets mean when he's feeling depressed, and she doesn't know how to handle it.
Matt's dad moved in “temporarily” six months ago, and Matt's wife, Stephanie, is ready for good 'ol dad to leave.
Jenn is upset that her adult son spends so much time with her estranged mother.
Sophie's 13-year-old says she hates herself and was caught sneaking out of the house to fool around with a boy.
Amy describes her husband as a long-time cheater who scares her, but she's not sure if leaving is the right thing to do.
Dominique is medically obese and can't find a weight loss strategy that works.
My Husband is Too Moody

My Husband is Too Moody

2021-02-1707:391

Vida's husband loses his temper when stressed, and she's tired of dealing with it.
Austin's parents were very manipulative during his childhood, and now that he is a father, he wonders if he should allow them to be involved with their grandchild.
I'm Afraid for My Son

I'm Afraid for My Son

2021-02-1605:17

Lindsey's 19-year-old son was diagnosed as a sociopath, and she's wondering if there is anything that she can do for him.
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Liz Kersten

❤️

Feb 23rd
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Pavel Yeshchenko

Lol stupid bitch

Feb 23rd
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MichelleA03

One let’s stress this. If you don’t feel good, you’re kids are not going to feel good. Take care of yourself because if you can’t take care of yourself, then how are you going to take care of your kids. Two, we live in a society where it takes two incomes to run a household. This isn’t the 1950’s where the husband works and the wife stays home. I know plenty of working moms so please don’t sell yourself short! It’s hard taking working and then coming home and working. It’s hard! The only thing you need to worry about is what feels right to you. You need some confidence girl. If you are making this much effort by calling in to ask someone what you should do about your job, I think you have already made that choice. And your husband will stick by you no matter what. You’re married. You made vows. If he is a good husband, he will support your decision to stay home. Don’t worry about your job because they will find someone else to take over. Be confident girl. Love yourself!!

Jan 27th
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Alexandra S.

omg you gotta be kidding me, right? how dare you to talk to a person like that, saying slut and prostitute? wtf do you think you are? you know nothing about human psychology and this behaviour can lead someone to commit suicide. people who listen to you are already stuck and looking for some solution, and you make them to feel worse. I don't know who you are, but you're nothing but an housewife. UNSUBSCRIBE FOR GOOD.

Jan 25th
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Pavel Yeshchenko

Can't understand her

Jan 7th
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matt mckee

scathing cold hard truth applied once again.

Dec 14th
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Kimberly Price

This is so true.. I was more upset about how I wanted my parents to be. They demand a perfect daughter but they've been awful parents.. I'm mourning the family I wish I had and I have to move past that... I gave my all and it was never enough.. I'm never enough for them and my husband finally told me to stop trying to be something they're never going to be happy with... They are users and abusers and show absolutely no gratitude or love... Never have and never will.... I've left them behind and never look back.

Mar 6th
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Rayash Guru

People need to understand that it requires TWO people to make a marriage work. Almost any problem CAN be worked out, but only if BOTH parties are willing to do the work. When I got married, I intended it to be forever. I worked HARD for a VERY long time to repair our problems. He, however, wasn't willing to work on himself. I found myself in a situation where my only options were to live in a toxic and unhappy situation for the rest of my life or leave. So I left. It wasn't easy and I didn't take it lightly.I was emotionally traumatized by his uncontrollable cheating habit,he lied to the point i was seen as a BAD wife,all thanks to 'hackingloop6@gmail . c o m' for their investigative and hacking service that helped me gain access to all his phone activities remotely and expo0sed all he was doing behind my back.It really takes two positive minds to make marriage work.

Jan 31st
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Kimberly Price

Great advice... She has been taken advantage of for way too long... I hope they all learn their lessons and love on mom like never before.

Dec 5th
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ForexTraderNYC

wow thats wot i love about dr. laura fearless ready to take on ANYONE in this case girls mom to call her out on her bullshznit...tho its true lot of women settle for guy with big wallet n worldly success over attraction but women attraction completely differs from men what men r attracted towards.. men r physically attracted while women are emotionally attracted. Do we wanna mess that up? i m just raising a point.. love dr. laura tho..

Nov 4th
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Michele Sanborn Fristad

Thinking this truth may also apply to my hi-functioning schizophrenic son who's 47, on welfare, single, & refuses to get back on medication for this. Functioning well & regularly as a reliable volunteer in the community until four years ago, he's now more agitated & argues with anyone who suggests medication will help in all his relationships. Family is uncertain & unsure -- does not want to be around him now

Oct 30th
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Kimberly Price

I love proper care and feeding of husband .. There's another book written by a man can't remember author name called how to have a new husband by Friday.. Same premise.. Women have the power.. If hubby is becoming distant or too involved with work.. We can reel them in.. Don't become the nagging wife

Oct 22nd
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Kimberly Price

Yes ma'am... I'm going to be sad they never became decent people... I have the exact issue with my mom and brothers... I will be relieved to have a release from the torture.

Oct 14th
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Kimberly Price

So true... My mom did this my entire life.. Avoiding asking my brothers for help instead asking me... When I finally said no she threw a tantrum and totally cut me out of her life.. It hurts but now I know I was never more than someone she could use.

Oct 14th
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Kimberly Price

I Agree in this situation... I have the opposite issue with my mom.. I try to keep it respectful always while my mom humiliates me in pu lic is rude and disrespectful.. I'm 54...but...she has always been that way from when I was a child she has always said she prefers boys and wishes she had all boys... So I feel she treats me as competition.. With my dad... My husband...my kids... She ignores me pushes my feelings aside etc... But she has used me for all I can possibly do for her while refusing to ask my brothers for help with the excuse they have their own lives to live... As if my family life isn't important... I've had to walk away... But that is on her... Not me... She overstepped the boundaries and while I tried with the honor thy mother.... I cannot... For my sanity

Oct 14th
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Kimberly Price

Let them go... I had to let my mom go after years of being used... You are already seven years in.. You will lead a happier life without them.. It's only been a couple of months for me and my husband keeps me strong.. It's not that I grieve our relationship... I grieve the relationship I wish I had.. She prefers my brothers and only needed me... Never loved... Just needed... I finally figured it out.

Oct 14th
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Kimberly Price

This fit me and my mom although she is not an alcoholic she is a user...user of time.. Money... Emotions.. She connects better with siblings who are also users... When I had to say no.. She cut off contact completely and has tried to turn my children her grandchildren against me by telling them I treat her badly.. It is sad to be out of her life after all I've done for her.. But I just couldn't be used one more day.. If she can't handle no and must throw this type of tantrum I must walk away for a healthier me.. My husband has been begging me to say no for years and I finally did it... The weight of guilt has been lifted.

Oct 14th
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Glenda Johnson

one of the best things my father did for me when he was diagnosed nosed with cancer is he wrote us letters for milestones in our lives. 16th birthday wedding days graduations. your daughter will cherish those letters in her life if you aren't able to be there.

Oct 1st
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ForexTraderNYC

ok hmm full blame on parenting is valid? im not so sure.. if ur 18 yr old decides to drop outta highscool.. what really can u do? other than advise him against it cuz legally he isnt minor...if u threaten to kick em out...being rebel kids are at teenage yrs..they may run away n do furthermore harm BUT at same time u don't sit idle n watch em drop out... something needs to be done where parents can have more leverage..so their ADULT teenagers make right choices n family stay entact n on correct trajectory of life.

Aug 31st
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ForexTraderNYC

wow this the calmest dr.laura i ever heard...is everything ok? haha.. i mean yea i think calmer n focus on solution with less emotional whipping is more reasonable... cant use same approach on every1... every being is diff... some need tough love others not. hope we see more of a calmer dr. laura. i like the calmer smiling laura... not the angry emotional one.. one of biggest dr. laura fan.. 😝

Aug 30th
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