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America is heavier than ever. With the weight loss industry worth billions, everyone tries to lose weight, but should we? Journalist Harriet Brown says no. In a culture obsessed with unattainable body weights, Brown is here to tell us that fatness isn’t necessarily bad, unhealthy or unattractive. After she and her daughter went through their own body image issues, Brown presents a compelling case against the "Fat is bad" narrative. Her findings are shocking. www.harrietbrown.com

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Despite it being 2015, many of us still do a double-take when we see an interracial couple. With the rising rates of interracial relationships, we'll explore the nuances these couples face and the changing public opinion surrounding them. Here to show that love does conquer all is author Christelyn Karazin, a black woman married to a white man, and our very own sound engineer John Busi, a white young man, and his black girlfriend, Larissa Green. We'll talk families, advantages, pitfalls, and our changing culture. www.beyondblackwhite.com

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Just what you want to talk about, right? Rather than haunt you, Dr. Gluck and John talk about how emotions, beliefs and perspective can turn death into a meaningful process of life. How does religion factor in? Where do we go after we die (if anywhere)? What does Gluck say about famous quotes on death? What insight can Dr. Gluck give you? We'll find that a conversation on death can — and should — become a conversation about life. www.gluckradio.com

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Minimalism, as James Wallman, author of Stuffocation, states is a practice. It's a conscious way of living that positively reinforces that you don't have to be rich to be an experimentalist. With James Wallman as our guest here on GluckRadio, we discuss the importance of having the right people in our lives as opposed to materialistic goods because after all, experience with the people who matter is what stays with us. Material goods are replaceable but people are, in essence, not. To find out more about how to de-clutter, check out James Wallmans book at www.stuffocation.org.

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There's a difference between being rich and being wealthy: the rich have money, but the wealthy have security and confidence. New York Times financial writer, Paul Sullivan, joins us in the studio to break down the secrets of the wealthy which he outlines in his new book. We'll break down myths about the wealthy, and how they treat money when it comes to their children. Also, why do budgets fail? And how do we find a good advisor? www.pauljsullivan.com

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92% of us, including you, fail at our resolutions. Weight doesn't get lost, more money doesn't get made, and relationships don't get better. Why? Caroline Arnold has an idea and gives us some changes to make. She joins Dr. Gluck in the studio to talk about "microresolutions": ways to channel willpower in a small way so it can conquer the big habits that hold us back. This isn't self-help gobbledygook, but practical advice you can start today. www.carolinelarnold.com

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Dr. Gluck talks about something most of you are probably involved with: marriage. How does a marriage evolve? And how could it devolve? Gluck breaks down some key causes of resentment like money, children, sex and family members. He then offers hands-on tips for overcoming those common pitfalls, so that you and yours can cherish each other in mutually enriching ways. www.gluckradio.com

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Tim Dowling doesn't know how to be a husband, so that's precisely why he decided to write about it! With very little insight on things like compatibility, communication, sex and children, Tim is set straight by Dr. Gluck. While he may be just your average British man from Connecticut, we'll see the beauty behind the fumbles, and learn the foundation of love and adventure Tim found with his wife. Pick up a copy of his brilliantly written book today, and follow him @IAmTimDowling

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You may think you know everything there is to know about sex, but a lot of what you know is myth. Sexpert Martha Kempner is here to debunk some of the more popular ones like penis size, bisexuality, female orgasms, and how much grandma and grandpa are having sex (answer: a lot!). This show will blow your mind in every sense of the word. www.marthakempner.com

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Lately, science has had a lot to say about your sex life. With us is the fun academic sex-pert, Emily Nagoski, to answer some of the tougher questions. Is there a "normal" sexuality? How can you tell if a woman is faking an orgasm, and are female orgasms really rare? How do we talk to kids about sex? And does monogamy ruin life in the bedroom? It's time to redefine your outlook on sex — it's not how much sex you have, but how much you enjoy the sex you do have. www.thedirtynormal.com

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