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Why the Recession is Harder on Men

Tweet Fields dominated by men are among those that have seen the biggest job losses in this downturn. Yet compared with years ago, many are taking their unemployment in stride. By Catherine Holahan MSN Money There’s a gender gap in … Continue reading

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Winners vs. Losers

Tweet The thing about winning is that it also produces losers. Somebody’s gotta lose. We’ve been winning and losing since we were young. From our earliest experiences, from the kickball field to the career ladder, we have been confronted with … Continue reading

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“When Did You Last See Your Father?” (movie review)

Tweet One movie I had been waiting to see for some time, “When Did You Last See Your Father?” is a British movie released onto dvd a couple of weeks ago. It’s the story of a son, Blake Morrison, (played … Continue reading

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Using Work to Avoid Your Life

Tweet I have been struck by how many men use their work or careers to avoid certain problems in their life, or, more specifically, in their marriage. Does this characterize you? Do you find yourself investing too much in your … Continue reading

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