Best of Happiness Hour 2009
The Titanic Theory of Happiness
To stay happy, to stay afloat, as it were, you need to compartmentalize your priorities.
You need to be prepared to trust people in order to be happy. Dennis gives some guidelines as to who can be trusted and who can’t.
Dennis talks to Dr. Stephen Marmer. How do you know therapy is working?
Don’t Wait to Be Happy
We all think: “If only (fill in the blank), I’d be happy.” It’s human nature. We need to fight against this tendency. Work to be happy now.
Does doing good make you happier? Dennis believes it does. His interview with Dr. Edwards Schwentker, a pediatric orthopedic surgeon who operates a hospital for CURE International.
We all struggle with our own demons. They can be a real impediment to our happiness. Understanding that others have demons is the antidote to envy.
Best of Male/Female Hour 2009
Dennis has a long-standing theory: twenty-nine is a key age for women. Something happens around this age that makes a woman begin to question her life.
Your Husband is Not a Pervert
Men are uneasy about opening up about their sexual nature to their wives. Dennis explains why.
What do husbands hide from their wives and what do wives hide from their husbands – actions and/or feelings.
Taking Your Husband’s Last Name
Dennis makes the case as to why wives should take their husband’s last name.
Do I Look Fat in This Dress?
What should men do when a spouse asks “do I look fat in this dress?” Or “How does this look?” Men need advice. Women callers offer it.
Which Would You Choose?
If you had the choice, which would you choose: a great marriage with no children or a lousy marriage with great children?
Best of Ultimate Issues Hour 2009
Why Do People Do Good?
Dennis delved into the question why do people do evil? This time he turns the question around: Why do people do good?
When did it start? What does it mean? What are the consequences? Dennis deconstructs a very sensitive and important topic.
Dennis sees the world as a battle between four forces: European Secular Socialism; Islam; American Judeo-Christian Capitalism; and Chaos.
Should a Child Fear His Parents?
In Chapter 19, Verse 3 of Leviticus, the third book of the Hebrew Bible, it says, “You shall fear, every man, his mother and his father.” Is this admonition still valid in our modern world?
The Road to Hell
We have two urges: an urge to do bad and an urge to do good. Most people have their urge to do bad under control. Ironically, our urge to do good often gets us into more trouble.
Your Character Mirror
Glass is the mirror of the body, writing is the mirror of the mind; what is the mirror of our character?
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