Some people get a second chance in life and others don’t. Why the double standard? We discuss the ethics of starting over this week!
Some say that Valentine’s Day is a made-up holiday, but is it right to simply ignore it? In celebration of the holiday, we explore the ethics of love and relationships.
How many minutes a day do you spend staring at your smartphone? Whatever the number, studies show less screen time is better for both the mind and the body. This week we discuss the ethics of the addiction in our pocket.
There has been a significant increase in so-called companion animals in recent years. A cousin, of sorts, of the service dogs that have been around for years. Their owners say they provide comfort in stressful situations, but should they be allowed everywhere? We discuss it this week.
Many of us prefer the instant gratification of texting over other forms of communication, but is our expectation of a quick response reasonable? We kick off the new year with the ethics of texting.
The New Year is upon us! Many folks make resolutions, but is it worth doing? We discuss the pros and cons and provide some tips that may help you to be more successful.
As the name of our show suggests, there are a lot of ethical conundrums in everyday life. This week we examine the balance between our ethics and reality.
Taxes are a certainty of life and there’s been no shortage of conversation about the minutia. This week we ask the larger question. Are taxes ethical?
In the wake of the multiple sexual harassment scandals it’s hard to avoid being cynical. This week we discuss how to cope when our heroes fall.
We’ve all done it, but is binge watching bad for you? We discuss the ethics of this growing pastime.