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Mar 2, 2021

The last Valentine's Day together. Elida shares intimate heartfelt details. Rick's doctor makes a gut-punch prediction.

We smash the toxic head trash myth of becoming a good person--you'll want to become this instead.

Also, does a fantastic sex-life have the staying power to keep your relationship going?  How to avoid a dreadful unfulfilled life--what you must do or else.

Elida reveals the deathbed promise she made to Rick, but can't keep.  And there's plenty more.

Please relish this final episode with my friend and guest co-host Elida Myers.

  • The Last Valentine’s Day
  • P.S. I Love You (Palm Springs)
  • We Weren’t Married, But…
  • The One Percent Chance
  • Can You Define a Good Person?
  • Don’t Sweat the Big Stuff
  • The Little General
  • Not So Feisty?
  • Let It Go
  • Grouchy Mommy—Happy Mommy
  • The Crushing Guilt
  • The Promise I Couldn’t Keep
  • What Hope Looks Like
  • Do You Choose Unhappiness Over Uncertainty?
  • Amazing Sex Life—Is It Enough?
  • How to Find Beauty and Love
  • Why Christians Disappoint Me
  • I’m So Proud of You Baby
  • Adios

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