I shoulda, I shoulda, shouldn’t have…
What not to play for that first dance.
“Marriage has no guarantees. If that’s what you’re looking for, go live with a car battery.”
It was not a classic, but this podcast might be!
The late George Burns said, “Happiness is having a large, loving, caring, close-knit family … in another city.”
Is there a kiss on your list?
Without pride, I would not have dug deep.
Comedy rules because it allows anyone the opportunity to rewrite the narrative to their own liking.
You are what you eat, fellas.
The third person pronoun. What a pain it is to try to get it right when communicating!
An old, silent home movie brings a mystery. Could an expert lip reader help?
Back when the Kvetching Professor was a young man, marriage proposals were simple. But that is so yesterday.
The Kvetching Professor recognized long ago that American marriages were in trouble, and being the problem-solver he is, he came up with some ideas to make it much easier to stay married
Did you ever find that the search for calm can make you anxious? The Kvetching Professor can relate.
In this episode, the Kvetching Professor looks at a bunch of candidates for the role of life-ruiner.
The Kvetching Professor talks about some of the “joys” he’s experienced as he’s gotten older. Like, guys don’t pick fights with you anymore.