Tell him to take some of the medicine my doctor prescribed to me.
Go refill my prescription and give the medicine to my husband.
Encourage him to visit his own doctor.
Stop whining, pick it up and put it in the truck. I’ve done this a thousand times before; I don’t need any help.
Ask a friend to help me carry the box, or get a dolly to wheel it out to the truck.
Close my eyes and wish the box into the truck.
Answer, but be very quick to finish the conversation and hang up.
Use my hands-free device. I don’t want to be distracted while I’m driving.
Pull over and park if it’s a call that I must answer.
Never talk or text on a cell phone while driving.
Maximize their time behind the wheel with an adult.
Limit their nighttime driving until they are more experienced drivers.
All of the above.