Learning the Hard Way with Meghan Trainor
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Meghan Trainor joins Chelsea in-studio to talk about how her life changed when she started medication for her panic disorder, how many kids she wants to have, and why redheads are the most well-endowed men.  Then: A fiance worries her best friend’s boyfriend will ruin her wedding with his drunken buffoonery.  A newly single twenty-something yearns to leave her life behind and move somewhere new.  And a gay man wrestles with self-doubt after years of intense bullying.  * Need some advice from Chelsea? Email us at [email protected] * Executive Producer Nick Stumpf Produced by Catherine Law Edited & Engineered by Brandon Dickert * * * * * The views and opinions expressed are solely those of the Podcast author, or individuals participating in the Podcast, and do not represent the opinions of iHeartMedia or its employees.  This Podcast should not be used as medical advice, mental health advice, mental health counseling or therapy, or as imparting any health care recommendations at all.  Individuals are advised to seek independent medical, counseling advice and/or therapy from a competent health care professional with respect to any medical condition, mental health issues, health inquiry or matter, including matters discussed on this Podcast. Guests and listeners should not rely on matters discussed in the Podcast and shall not act or shall refrain from acting based on information contained in the Podcast without first seeking independent medical advice. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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