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Don’t Reward Bad Behavior or Support Conduct You Do Not Value



In Dr. Phil's new book “We’ve Got Issues: How You Can Stand Strong for America’s Soul and Sanity”, he presents his ten working principles for a healthy society. In this episode we highlight Principle #3: Don’t Reward Bad Behavior or Support Conduct You Do Not Value.  Dr. Phil and his guests Michael Shellenberger, Wendy Murphy, Justin Paperny offer valuable lessons on personal responsibility, systemic change, and fostering healthy relationships. Listen in to discover why we cannot reward bad behavior or support conduct we do not value and learn the consequences to one’s community, family and America if you do so. Available now: “We’ve Got Issues: How You Can Stand Strong for America’s Soul and Sanity” https://amzn.to/4bSffnO 


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Dr. Phil's new book WE’VE GOT ISSUES: How You Can Stand Strong for America’s Soul and Sanity
WE’VE GOT ISSUES: How You Can Stand Strong for America’s Soul and Sanity

WE’VE GOT ISSUES:

How You Can Stand Strong for America’s Soul and Sanity

by Phillip C. McGraw, Ph.D.
In WE’VE GOT ISSUES: How You Can Stand Strong for America’s Soul and Sanity Dr. Phil employs his signature no-nonsense approach to meticulously analyze American’s cultural crisis and offers practical, empirically based, action-oriented strategies to restore our country to societal health, sanity, and power. Click Here- AVAILABLE NOW!
 

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EP211: Don’t Reward Bad Behavior or Support Conduct You Do Not Value


[00:01:50] The Philosophy of Enabling vs. Responsibility Michael Shellenberger draws insightful parallels between drug rehabilitation and physical injury recovery, highlighting the essential role of personal effort in improvement. Through a candid discussion, he exposes the detrimental effects of San Francisco's enabling policies on addicts, stressing the need for systemic change to promote true rehabilitation.


 

[00:13:18] Legal Disadvantages of Women Attorney, Wendy Murphy expresses frustration over the constitutional status of women, pointing out the disparity in treatment within the legal system and the implications for violence against women. She advocates for victims to testify and demands justice even amid systemic unfairness, noting the importance of participating in the legal system to drive change. Dr. Phil and Wendy argue for a nuanced approach that supports victims while holding offenders accountable, recognizing individual limitations and systemic challenges.



 

[00:32:34] White-Collar Crime and Accepting Responsibility

Justin Paperny, a former white-collar criminal turned author and founder of White Collar Advice, reflects on his journey from a financial crime to incarceration and rehabilitation. He stresses the importance of taking responsibility for one's actions and discusses the legal system's focus on deterrence, eventually acknowledging the necessity of his prison sentence.



 

[00:42:09] Relationship Dynamics and Individual Growth


Dr. Phil pivots to discussing relationship dynamics, urging individuals to not lose sight of their personal identities while being part of a couple. It is important to maintain individual growth and authenticity to foster a balanced and enriched relationship. Dr. Phil urges us to accept our partners for who they are while also not tolerating unacceptable behaviors, finding a middle ground for a healthy partnership.

 



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Excited to dive into Dr. Phil's latest book, 'We’ve Got Issues,' especially as it tackles such important principles for societal well-being. Principle #3 is a reminder of the importance of personal responsibility and the impact of our actions on our communities. Can't wait to explore the valuable lessons with tunnel rush!

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