Big Mood, Little Mood

The “Urine My Chair” Edition

Out of the blue, my boss accused me of slandering a co-worker and peeing in a chair at my station. Help!

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Episode Notes

Prudence is joined this week by Amira El-Sayed, a German Egyptian Londoner who advises organizations around the world on how they can have a positive social impact.

Prudie and El-Sayed dig into letters about what to do when you overhear your friend’s hair stylist saying rude things about her, how to handle a friend who wants reimbursement for the travel points you thought she’d gifted to you, what to do about a mother who demands praise for every little thing she does, what actions to take when your boss accuses you of urinating in your chair, and how to get a former flame to leave the condo that you initially let her stay in rent-free.

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Production by Phil Surkis.

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