Putting Down Your Bricks & Concerned for Loved Ones' Health
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Show Notes for this Episode
- My son is a freshman in college and has some health issues that have recently come to light. How do I help him navigate these new challenges?
- My wife and I have a great relationship; our only issues are our sleep schedules. I am an early bird, and she is a night owl. It is causing a lot of problems.
- Teaching Segment: How to Put Down Your Bricks
- My husband's lifestyle is starting to affect our family; how can I get him to see this?
- Lyrics of the Day: "Heartbreak Station" - Cinderella
tags: parenting, technology/social media, sickness/illness, fitness/physical health, money, sleep, marriage, substance abuse
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