A Life-changing Car Accident, a Dull Sex Life, & a Panhandling Mom
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Show Notes for this Episode
- My son was in a car accident in the fall. His hand was crushed and his career as a diesel mechanic is done. He is struggling, how can I help him?
- After 22 years of marriage, our sex life is not very good. How do I convince my husband to see a sex therapist with me?
- I asked my brother if he would be my power of attorney if something happens to me. He said he doesn't want that responsibility. What should I do?
- My mom has been seen panhandling. It’s very embarrassing. How do I talk about this with her?
- Lyrics of the Day: "Terry's Song" - Bruce Springsteen
tags: workplace/career, sickness/illness, grief, sexuality/intimacy, marriage, counseling/therapy, family, money
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