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Here's an approach that can make a genuine difference in the quality of your life and in the lives of those you love. Dr. Laura Schlessinger delivers a witty, wise, and workable moral philosophy based on the principle of personal responsibility. With a lively, pull-no-punches style, she takes on the moral dilemmas of our time, and demonstrates in no uncertain terms that personal values are always our own responsibility, and that choosing not to honor them actually compounds unhappiness. Finally, she explains that by disciplining self-indulgence and rising above temptation, we can discover the infinite pleasure, the true happiness, of the moral high ground.
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Extra credit for college!

Would you listen to How Could You Do That? The Abdication of Character, Courage, Conscience again? Why?

Yes, I would love to actually read along with the book next time. I loved the "story" or the situations that took place. It helped me understand somethings in my own personal issues. Dr. Laura is very blunt which is sometimes the only way you can be in order to get the right message out their to people.

Which scene was your favorite?

well their wasn't really a story to be told, I just liked how real these situations are, of course its obvious these situations are REAL, with real people!

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