Your boyfriend's close friend flirts with him directly in front of you. He doesn't reciprocate, but it does bother you because you know -- from conversation you've had with her in the past before you became his significant other -- that she actually does fancy him. Should you communicate your displeasure to either party or just keep your cool?
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On This Week's Feedback Friday, We Discuss:
- Confused by The Adam Carolla Show clips at the end of a few of our episodes? If you're not skipping commercials, you should have gotten the memo! ;)
- Like our new show art? Much thanks to Santi Fox for making it so!
- Many thanks to all the unknowns out there who keep sending us gifts but don't provide a return address!
- Should you call out your boyfriend's close female friend for flirting with him directly in front of you, or should you keep your cool?
- Friends give you the silent treatment when they're upset with you. Should you give them time to cool off, or is life just too short to deal with this kind of drama?
- Your mom has ADHD and gets so distracted by her phone and surroundings that it always causes a scene. How can you travel together and remain sane?
- You're either too social and your grad school work takes a hit, or you're too involved in school and your social life takes a hit. How can you strike a successful balance?
- Your friend/employer insists on paying you by check, but you usually have to text him reminders and personally pick it up. Aren't there easier ways to get paid these days?
- What are some tips for someone without a college degree going into interviews for entry-level corporate jobs?
- Life Pro Tip: For parents: Instead of always telling your child what to do, give them two options with the same outcome to prevent the headache of having them refuse the task. (For example, instead of telling them to put on their pajamas for bed, ask them which pajamas they want to wear to bed tonight. This works well because kids love having control over what they are doing.) For travelers: Bring a power strip with you to use at airports, and you'll never have to wait for an outlet to be available again.
- Recommendation of the Week: The Weekly, Hulu
- A quick shout out to Gareth Emery!
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