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Michael Jackson: A Life of Fame and Pain

Michael Jackson was living proof of the emotional cost of a life spent in the public eye, often experiencing the psychological turmoil that can accompany global fame. He was fragile and, because of his sensitive nature, delicate personality or preexisting emotional problems, it was hard for him to handle the pressure and stress. You may not have experienced the artistic stature or personal trials that Michael Jackson did – nor have a star dedicated to you on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. But the emotional turmoil you feel may be … Continue reading

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Take Stock of your Marriage

As Sandwiched Boomers with so much to do you probably spend a lot of time on automatic, going through the motions of your daily routine. When you don’t deal directly with what’s going on and how you feel about it, you may be surprised when you do notice. Here are some ways to ‘take the temperature’ of your marriage and start on the road to recovery: Identify what you are feeling. As a first step, write down the emotions that now regularly surface. What is happening between you and your … Continue reading

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Across the United States and around the world, the effects of the financial crisis continue to spread – foreclosures are widespread, banks are being taken over, stock markets are erratic, credit is frozen and bankruptcies are increasing. Even with the planned infusion of trillions of dollars by the government, no one can predict with certainty the long-term effects on the economy. Hope is building that the Obama administration will create solutions but most pundits agree that this collapse will not right itself in the near future. How is all this … Continue reading

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