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  1. Are You a Wimp?

    It's 5:05 on a Friday. You're buttoning your coat as you hurry to the exit of your office building. But behind you, the door to your supervisor's office rattles open. You can sense his approach. You know what he's going to ask. But this time you'll be strong. After all, you've had absolutely unbreak

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  2. What Martha Stewart's Lessons Teach Us

    Those lemons Martha Stewart hands out to reporters are the metaphor of the year. The finishing touch was when she brandished the very lemons she was using to "make lemonade" of her situation. No matter which side of the fence you come down on about Martha Stewart, it's hard to deny her resilience. W

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  3. Are You a Wimp?

    It's 5:05 on a Friday. You're buttoning your coat as you hurry to the exit of your office building. But behind you, the door to your supervisor's office rattles open. You can sense his approach. You know what he's going to ask. But this time you'll be strong. After all, you've had absolutely unbreak

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  4. Make 2006 New Year's Resolutions a Reality

    Eat right. Get organized. Rein in the kids. Sounds good on paper, but too vague New Year's resolutions won't happen. Instead, listen to ageless wisdom: To make changes, take baby steps. When eating habits need an overhaul, baby steps work best. "Making minor changes in your lifestyle is doable for m

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  5. Make 2005 New Year's Resolutions a Reality

    Eat right. Get organized. Rein in the kids. Sounds good on paper, but too vague New Year's resolutions won't happen. Instead, listen to ageless wisdom: To make changes, take baby steps. New Year's Resolution No. 1: Eat Healthier When eating habits need an overhaul, baby steps work best. "Making mino

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  6. Want a Happy Marriage? Be Nice, Don't Nitpick

    Thermostat settings. Dirty socks. Toothpaste caps. Our little habits make our spouses crazy. But no two people are ever truly compatible, so quit nitpicking each other, relationship experts advise. Save the battles for the big issues -- and you'll have a happy marriage. Susan Boon, PhD, a social psy

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  7. Make 2005 New Year's Resolutions a Reality

    Eat right. Get organized. Rein in the kids. Sounds good on paper, but too vague New Year's resolutions won't happen. Instead, listen to ageless wisdom: To make changes, take baby steps.     When eating habits need an overhaul, baby steps work best. "Making minor changes in your lifestyle is doable f

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  8. Are You Heading For an Election Meltdown?

    Nov 2, 2004 -- Regardless of the outcome of the 2004 presidential election, polls suggest that as many as 49% of Americans may now feel a profound sense of loss or even deep-seated anger. A high voter turnout was expected this election, and the stakes may never have been higher. You are either for P

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  9. Stamping Out Stress on the Campaign Trail

    Watching the final leg of the presidential campaign, you might wonder how the candidates manage without infusions of DNA from Road Runner or the Energizer Bunny. With superhuman speed, President George W. Bush and Sen. John Kerry race across the country in endless loops - stumping in Ohio, Pennsylva

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  10. 9/11: Life Outside the Bull's-Eye

    To tourists, Brownsville, Vt., is a ski destination, owing to the presence of Mt. Ascutney, but to residents, it's horse country. Talk at the lunch counter of the Brownsville General Store usually revolves around horses, but sometimes strays to the latest doings of children and grandchildren, as pat

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