Elizabeth and Andy discuss weather emergencies, the fragility of life and how important the arts and inspiration is to humanity. Then they give their unqualified advice to listener questions about what to do about a family pet that is suffering and acting aggressively, and how to navigate a marriage to someone who is a good guy at heart but a not so nice guy in the relationship? Enjoy!
Elizabeth and Andy discuss a recent harrowing social experience at Le Pain Quotidien as well as the new levels of hell for Elizabeth that is going to Ikea. Then they give their unqualified advice to listener questions about coping with success jealousy in a serious relationship, how to navigate a difficult mother in law on behalf of your sister in law after having a baby, and how to deal with a brother in law who is a trash bag, potentially bordering on being an abusive one? Enjoy!
Elizabeth and Andy are in their new house and it feels so good! They discuss Andy’s upcoming short film about pooper scoopers as well as their vivid moving memories from childhood. No questions this week because they are lost somewhere in a sea of boxes! Enjoy!
Elizabeth and Andy share their joy in their new house regarding things like doors on rooms and a fridge ready with… wait for it… CRUSHED ICE!!! Then they give their unqualified advice to listener questions about how to deal with friends who are only about their children and the big question about whether or not to have kids in tandem with that, what to do when you see someone’s kid pee in public without their knowing, how to respond to people’s obnoxious comments regarding having an only child, and what to do about a roommate/trash bag who doesn’t wash their hands after the latrine?! Enjoy!
Elizabeth and Andy discuss the stresses of life, both self imposed and life imposed, as well as the need for self protection in this crazy world right now. Then they give their unqualified advice to listener questions about how to know if you want a third child or not, and whether to listen to your biological clock or your mental health cues for when it’s time to start trying?