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Car and my normal or might not segment it's actually I'll ask yourself some time to time.
And it's a question we asked tact keep apple every week and joining me now to answer.
Sauces to -- and psychiatrist doctor Caplan good morning to you.
-- good morning to you so well let's start with our number went email which is cursing craziness.
Here's from the wife my husband curses a lot I know people now days are looser with their language many of his friends and co are co -- talk the same way.
But is it normal for every conversation to be laced with.
What do you think doctor and -- it.
Here's the thing look people are very free -- With their language sometimes and exploitative takes you to -- -- another level of emotion I get that the real question here Gretchen is.
Why wouldn't this husband adapt his behavior in that relatively small way.
His wife's needs she says it -- -- wire he and his friends consistently.
Throwing that away as there's just trash and not responding to that question is this why is she settling for -- -- -- little bit nuts.
He's normal but he needs to respond -- -- wife's needs here that the.
Bottom line our right so he gets a normal check in the box let's see on number two -- yes normal but annoying OK okay.
I may move to a doomsday unit.
In case of an attack my new home we'll have nine foot thick concrete walls run on wind power and we space to store dry food for years.
Is a safeties and -- just craziness.
And you know I wish it were I honestly wish you were I wish I -- -- -- -- that's so crazy.
But I could tell you people with lots of money they must be really crazy because they're getting -- houses outside this country.
To flee -- in case things get so wildly out of control with the government taking control that there's no individual liberty laughed.
So this isn't craziness but the question is would you rather build walls of steel in your character.
That's never vulnerable.
Now I'm like that's -- all right email number 3 even in the morning.
Yeah exactly and and this early yes I can do that I'm -- now here's here's here's a bit of a stunner I have a huge crush on my sister's husband.
Sometimes I imagine him -- -- They're very happy together he's very devoted to her in their kids how do I get my feelings to go away.
Well here's the thing number one of the prescription how to make them go -- number -- the diagnosis is knots but not for the reason you think.
Not just because you think this guy is the answer to all your prayers he's just a man your sister will tell you.
All of his.
You know troubles all of the ways in which there's conflict.
You're -- deal rising this fellow it's delusional.
It's only because you're jealous of sibling rivalry don't think he's the second -- and he's a guy your sister will tell you the pain in the neck.
But how -- get rid of her feelings at least she didn't say how to like get him.
Yeah well here's how to get rid of -- number one.
Think about why -- so competitive with your sister -- to remind yourself it's really bad form to steal your sister's husband.
Remember three ask your sister for the top five hit list of why he's a pain in the neck and you know what you might start thinking you're lucky.
That you're just -- sister of.
All right if you -- a question of for doctor -- you can log on the FOX & Friends that comment email doctor -- your questions.
He will answer them every week find out if you are normal.
-- -- Have a great week -- -- a good to see if take care I -- answers and a prescription look at it than.
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