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Dear Life Kit: Do I have to listen to my boss complain?

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Dear Life Kit: My husband is living under COVID lockdown. I'm ready to move on

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Dear Life Kit: My 10-year-old bullies my 8-year-old. How do I make it stop?

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Dear Life Kit: My boyfriend's relationship with his coworker makes me uncomfortable

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Dear Life Kit: My son didn't ask his brother to be his best man. Should I speak up?

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Dear Life Kit: My co-worker posted a terrible review about me! Should I tell our boss?

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From Taylor Swift to Thanksgiving, Dear Prudence gives the gift of advice

What better gift to give this holiday season than the gift of... advice? And solicited advice at that! For this episode, Sam is joined by Jenée Desmond-Harris, Slate's Dear Prudence advice columnist, to help answer everything from how to deal with a partner's overbearing adult daughter to a boyfriend's recent conversion to becoming a Swiftie (read: a fan of Taylor Swift) to the group dynamics of the Thanksgiving prayer in an atheist household. Happy holidays, everybody.

From Taylor Swift to Thanksgiving, Dear Prudence gives the gift of advice

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Early voters line up in West Lake Hills, Texas, at Westlake United Methodist Church on Tuesday, October 13, 2020. Acacia Coronado/AP hide caption

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Voting In Texas, Plus John Paul Brammer Gives Advice

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How To Talk Race With Your Family: Ask Code Switch

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