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Ep. 243: Treat Yourself Like a Dog  and How Obligers Can Resist Pressures to Indulge

Ep. 243: Treat Yourself Like a Dog and How Obligers Can Resist Pressures to Indulge

Update: 2019-10-163
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Why you should treat yourself like a dog, why telling someone, “Calm down” is usually a bad idea, and ideas for Obligers who are trying to resist expectations that they eat or drink.

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Ep. 243: Treat Yourself Like a Dog  and How Obligers Can Resist Pressures to Indulge

Ep. 243: Treat Yourself Like a Dog and How Obligers Can Resist Pressures to Indulge

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