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Segment #1 Grammar for the Soul with Lawrence Weinstein Segment # 2 Planning for Your Children if You are Not Around
October 20, 2007

Segment 1: Using Grammar to Deepen Your Relationships If we improve our grammar will we have deeper relationships? Can grammar lead us to a better understanding ourselves? Or is this all a bunch of nonsense? Lawrence Weinstein, a former Harvard professor and author of Grammar for the Soul, believes if we become more mindful of our sentence structure we will indeed become more empathetic, assertive and thoughtful. Listen in as Lisa and Philip struggle to understand this concept. You will definitely be surprised by the end of the conversation.

Segment 2: 74% of Parents Have Not Adequately Planned for their Children in the Event of their Death - Are You in That 74%? How many times have you spoken with your spouse about designating a guardian for your children in the event something happens to you and only to end up doing nothing because you can’t think of someone appropriate? Did you know that even if you have a Will with a designated guardian, your children can still end up in foster care? Joining Lisa and Philip is Alexis Martin Neely, a personal family attorney and author of Wear Clean Underwear, to shed light on what parents can do now to make sure their wishes are carried out in the event of their death.

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