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If you found money....
If you found a suitcase full of money, could you keep it and would you keep it? For those worried about legality: No, you can't keep it. According to criminal defense attorneys, taking property you know isn't yours is against the law. Even good-faith efforts to find the owner won't suffice. But- if no one knew about it-knowing that you could get in trouble- would you still hand it over to the police? Email me at questions@uncoveredradio.com or tweet me @drlauraberman
Have you ever checked a text or email on a date?
Is it okay to check your email or a text while you're on a date? Apparently so. Eighty-one percent of people think it's acceptable to respond to a text or email during a date, as long as there's an explanation. (Think: "I'm waiting for a work email.") Tell me- do you think it is ok to check a text or email while on a date? Email me at questions@uncoveredradio.com or tweet me @drlauraberman.
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How happy are you?
Survey Finds Marriage More Important To Happiness Than Salary, Owning A Home. Dr. Berman discuses tonight on Uncovered!
Why do men fight?
Do you like it when the man in your life fights? Do you find it attractive? What are things that would make you get into a fight? Email me at questions@uncoveredradio.com or tweet me @drlauraberman
Checking your smartphone... during sex?
This illustrates just how deeply smartphones have invaded our lives: Twenty percent of adults 18 to 34 admit they have checked their phone for messages and texts during sex. Have you ever done that? Has anyone ever done that to you? How would you feel if your partner checked their phone while you were intimate? Email me at questions@uncoveredradio.com or tweet me- @drlauraberman
Day Dreaming
A recent Harvard University study found that people spend 47 percent of their waking hours thinking about something other than what they're doing. Worse, this makes them unhappy, leading to stress and anxiety that can lead to serious illnesses. Do you spend a lot of time thinking negative thoughts? What is on your mind while you day dream? Email me at questions@uncoveredradio.com or tweet me @drlauraberman
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