Steve Harvey: Stop Hitting On My Husband + Hero For Special Needs Kids

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Steve Harvey September 2 2013

Steve Harvey wants to help everyone he can with his daytime talk show. I have heard of shows before where family members have complained that a mom’s choice of wardrobe was too revealing or not age-appropriate. But on the September 2 show, Steve is helping a woman who thinks her husband is too attractive to others. Later, a Harvey’s Hero is honored for her work with special needs children. Then, experts are helping to answer the question Is It Weird?

Steve Harvey: Stop Hitting On My Husband!

Steve Harvey: Stop Hitting On My Husband + Hero For Special Needs Kids

A woman is complaining to Steve Harvey September 2 that her husband is too hot!

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The woman on this episode is outraged that people will not stop hitting on her husband. She just wants to have him to herself, and she thinks that he encourages these come-ons with the way he dresses and his flirtatious attitude.

What will Steve Harvey have to say about this behavior on his September 2 episode? Tune in to watch what happens and learn how you can deal with insecurity and jealousy in any relationship. These things are bound to come up, but they don’t have to be a stumbling block.

Steve Harvey TV: Harvey’s Hero To Special Needs Children

Also in this episode, another Harvey’s Hero gets a chance to enjoy the spotlight. Viewers will meet a woman with a special needs child. Her relationship with her own offspring led her to create a community and connect with others who can share resources and rely on one another for support when times get tough. This woman is being honored on Steve Harvey September 2.

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Steve Harvey: Is It Weird?

Most of us can probably think of a strange habit that we have or a family member or friend who has some unique quirks. What you might find out on Steve Harvey September 2 is that these quirks aren’t so unique. But the more interesting question is whether experts agree on the question: Is It Weird? Tune in for the show to see who is vindicated and who may feel a little ashamed of their special trait.

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