Updated: Dec 31, 2019
Dr. Phil shares ways you can focus on the “good” this holiday season with meaningful rituals and customs.
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Remembering What The Holidays Are Really About – This Week’s ‘Phil In The Blanks’ Podcast
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Dr. Phil Shares Ways To Focus On ‘The Good’ This Holiday Season
Whether you’re celebrating time-honored traditions or creating new ones, Dr. Phil shares ways to remember what the holidays are really about with meaningful rituals and customs
“Get in the spirit, and make this time of year even more memorable,” Dr. Phil says.
Dr. Phil: I got some of my friends around guys that I spend a lot of time with, we play tennis we hang out and talk about what we do at Christmas in our lives in our families. So you're going to hear what the guys I hang out with do including:
Chip Babcock (Charles L. “Chip” Babcock)
Lin Wood (Lucian Lincoln “Lin” Wood Jr.)
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