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Are You Suffering from Foot In Mouth Disease?
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Have you ever felt like your tongue is your own worst enemy?

Well, you’re not alone.

By now you’ve certainly heard about Paula Deen’s recent “Open Mouth, Insert Foot” incident.

Paula, like millions of people, is suffering from what I call “Emotional Foot IN Mouth Disease!” a worldwide epidemic that’s characterized by speaking without thinking and uttering words that leave behind a wake of damage.

Could you or someone close to you be suffering from the same problem?

To answer this question, ask yourself:

Is my relationship hanging in the balance because of what I or someone else has said in the heat of the moment?

Has my mouth actually caused a relationship to end?

And, if you play back a transcript of what you’ve said, do you want to cringe?

Our world, our relationships and our lives are crumbling under the weight of a worldwide epidemic of verbal bashing. As a worldwide community, we all need to learn how to speak in kinder and gentler ways.

In this show, I’m going to share my 5-step method for training yourself to keep a civil tongue in your mouth, even when you’re spitting mad.

Tune in to hear my proven 5-step technique for controlling your temper and your tongue on this week's Ask Dr Love Radio show.
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Ask Dr. Love: Foot in Mouth Disease

In this Ask Dr Love radio show, Dr. Jamie Turndorf's (aka Dr. Love) describes her 5-step method for training yourself to keep a civil tongue in your mouth, even when you’re spitting mad.
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