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For nearly half a century Roy Masters has been helping people overcome their most difficult problems. As the nation’s first and longest running radio counselor, Roy Masters has advised callers with a unique ability to hear inner problems, heal fears and sexual stresses, and help people take charge of their own lives. Join Roy Masters weeknights for stunning social commentary and gifted insights into personal problems and life’s most daunting challenges.

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Callers: A man has a troubled niece who constantly lies about the silliest things.

Callers: A man is asking Roy what he can tell him about his persona. A lady asks if a marriage can work when the woman is older than the man. Another lady caller is still having a problem with resentment.

Callers: A gentleman needs to know if he should leave his bisexual girl friend -- he just found out. A woman is having trouble with her daughter who wants her attention.

Callers: Conversation continues – a man is asking how he can know if he has found salvation. A lady asks what the cause of fibromyalgia is. A getleman does not understand the cause of the panic attack he experienced in a cancer ward.

Callers: A gentleman asks Roy to explain what original sin is. Another man asks how he can know if he has found salvation.

Callers: Continuation of the call from a woman who suffers from manic depression. A gentleman was able to break free of something that had a hold of him.

Callers: A gentleman has been suffering from manic depression for a long time. A lady is calling about the same issue.

Callers: A lady is having problems with her 17 year-old son who hasn't faced issues with his father.

Callers: A man would like to know what Roy means by "let sin feel its pain." Another man is keenly aware of his faults and anger, and wants to know if he will become more sensitive.

Callers: A gentleman has been accused of being a bad father for hitting his seven year-old son. Another man needs to learn how to deal with being falsely accused.

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