First off, a cold hard truth from Prudence: Having a chore wheel never works. Then, Vice Canada columnist Sarah Hagi joins Prudie to talk about how to:
- Deal with horrible house guests
- Politely decline praying with your family when you’re an atheist
- Be a good friend to someone who hates being single
- Tell your sister: “It’s not because you’re gay—it’s your racist girlfriend”
Plus, Prudence on whether to intervene if you think a co-worker is cutting himself.
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