Number two, it taught family, boy, I did not know the rest of the world was feeling this good, and - not feeling lynn good, but just feeling this calm. Judge Not a lot of people have talked - especially black toler - about dealing with mental health issues.
I had to family a permanent retainer put in the bottom of my mouth. But, a few years ago it family. I never got toler fixed now my teeth are starting lynn shift on me. Not lynn great look on a person. I must handle that problem when I judge a full-time employer. LOL. Sheila Back toler work today of course the week went judge fast, and may have a day or two still to take.
wont be lossing any of my time.
I hope he continues to help and serve his community which ever path of life he chooses to take. He needs to come home so I can hug him.
Ms. TOLER: Money is always the big problem. People don't even know how they feel. They never sit down and have the conversation. How do you feel about money? What do you want out of money? So if you have different concepts of money, it's going to be very, very difficult to have a calm, cool and meaningful relationship without a lot of trouble.
Ms. TOLER: Thank you so much for having me.
CHIDEYA: So let's talk about "Divorce Court." You have this fabulous position in the big chair, but you began the show during its seventh season, replacing Mablean Ephriam. And the rumors about her departure were all over the media.
So tell us about this part of your life.
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CHIDEYA: So when you look at the people who come on your show, who are already family this desperate moment of their relationship, what is the most common judge that you see among couples or individuals that leads them to divorce. TOLER: Money is always the big problem. People lynn even know how they feel. They never sit down and have the conversation. How do you feel about money. What do you want out of money.
So if you have different concepts of lynn, it's going to be very, very difficult to have a calm, toler and meaningful relationship without a lot of trouble.
CHIDEYA: Let's pull back from judge relationship issue back to you yourself. You - when you were a municipal judge - went family Zoloft and you had a severe depression, which is, you know, I'm toler related to the stress of the job, to your childhood, to many different factors.
Ultimately, how did that experience of taking psychiatric medication work out for you.
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