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Jun 11, 2019

This week, Andy fields a question from a father with three teenaged sons who are beginning to date. He’s seen how siblings can drift apart as they get older, particularly if a spouse drives a wedge between the relationships. How, he wonders, can his sons stay closely connected to each other even as adults? Is there anything he can teach his children now that might equip them as they seek to avoid trouble in the future?

Tune in to hear why Andy says that IF YOU SPOT THIS in the early stages of building a relationship, you should run the other way.

Andy also offers advice to someone who is building three different “library areas" and wants to know if there’s a difference in the type of books one should select for personal, professional, or family use.

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