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Dealing with That Roommate

You know the one: That roommate; the one whose roomie can’t stand her; the one the whole floor talks about. That roommate has the reputation for being impossible, spoiled,...
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Organizing for Illness

My grandmother once told me, “Getting older is not for #8221; As the health of her friends declined, she found it sad and painful not to be able to...
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Are You Lonely?

Many years ago, when I was a young adolescent, an adult in my life said that she dreamed about a great chasm, a chasm so deep that she couldn’t...
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The Many Faces of Shame

Shame has many faces. Is that one of them in your mirror? In “Shame & Guilt: Masters of Disguise,” Jane Middelton-Moz, a Montpelier, trainer, consultant and community interventionist,...
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The Healing Power of Humor

The Ojibway tribe recognized it. The Old Testament even references the healing properties of humor: “A merry heart doeth good like a #8221; Although our ancestors couldn’t explain it...
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Growing Healthy Friendships

What is a “friend”? Webster’s Third Dictionary even appears confused on the subject. The dictionary offers multiple definitions for friend, some of which are contradictory. To me, a friend...
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Should I Work with My Spouse?

MAN SEEKING WIFE/BUSINESS PARTNER Successful businessman seeks life partner to share my entrepreneurial dream. Must believe in me and be supportive of the long hours required of a start-up...
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