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Surviving A Workaholic Spouse

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Judith Fox had been married three years when her husband was diagnosed with Alzheimer's, a disease that typically affects men and women age 65 and older, and causes the lives of sufferers to narrow into a vortex of dementia, confusion, memory loss and despair. Fox decided from the get-go that she would serve as her husband's primary caretaker. And so her life took a selfless turn--steering him in the right direction when he couldn't find the bathroom, soothing him when woke at night, grounding him when he felt lost and calming him when his hallucinations fired up. The caretaker role was eerily familiar too: ...
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Everybody knows that Americans are some of the hardest working people on the planet.  We are the nation of workaholics. As defined by the American Heritage® Dictionary, a workaholic is “one who has a compulsive and unrelenting need to work”. Where is this need coming from? Are we addicted to work? Well, for one, addiction to work is not yet officially recognized as a medical or a mental disorder, which makes it difficult to define or measure. A 2004 Gallup survey indicated that 38% of Americans reported that they work over 45 hours per week, compared to only 30% of Canadians and 28% of employees in the United Kingdom who work ... market research, surveys and trends

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The Academy’s Focus on Forever DVD program was featured in the magazine’s front of the book section where engaged couples can find tips and trends to help them. AAML and the group’s website were also included. • NewsProNet, (Also picked up by: KTNV-TV (ABC, Las Vegas) – 1/5 at 11PM, 1/6 at 11AM; KABC-TV (ABC, Los Angeles) – 1/18 at 7:30am; WCBS (NY) - 1/12 at 5pm; KTBS-TV (ABC, LA); WJXT (FL) – 1/9 at 10pm; KGTV (ABC, San Diego) – 1/19 at 5pm; KYW (CBS, Philadelphia) – 1/27 at 11PM; WKOW (Madison, WI) – 1/27; : Several local affiliates from across the country covered ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
The Work/Life Balancing Act
Women who run businesses are working harder than ever to stay ahead of the curve. They are working so hard that more of them, at least in Florida, find that their career is interfering with their responsibilities at home, according to the Florida's Woman-Led Businesses 2010 study released today by the FIU Center for Leadership and The Commonwealth Institute South Florida . One woman business leader I spoke with, Christine Franklin, told me her day looks completely different from how it did only a year ago,, "I'm working much harder to get business in the door." Everglades Direct president Susan ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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Obsession turns deadly
Friends of Loni Turner comfort each other after her body and that of ex-boyfriend Erin Ross were discovered at the Town and Country Motel in Port Orange on Monday. N-J | David Tucker Police and medical examiner officials converge on Room 7 in the Town and Country Motel in Port Orange where the bodies of Erin Ross and Loni Turner were found Monday. N-J | David Tucker PORT ORANGE -- A day before she filed for an injunction for protection, 22-year-old Loni Turner told police she was afraid to leave her apartment because a man she had been dating was stalking her and sending her sexually explicit cell phone videos. Exactly one week ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
In weak economy, some work two jobs
David Clarke works the front desk at The Clarendon Hotel in Phoenix. Clarke, who works for the city of Phoenix, has had to take on a second, part-time job as a hotel clerk to make ends meet. When David Clarke finishes the day at his job with the city of Phoenix, he often heads over to a local boutique hotel. But Clarke isn’t there to meet with friends or get a drink at the bar. Instead, he dons a uniform and starts his second job as a hotel clerk. Although it can be exhausting to work two shifts in one day, Clarke needed the extra money after he was forced to switch to a lower-paying position with the city. And in ... market trends, news research and surveys resources

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I Forbes.com, Surviving a Workaholic Spouse, (Also ran on ABCNews.com) November 19, 2009: Marlene is quoted concerning the effects a workaholic spouse can ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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spouse is fighting for survival, for her own reality," says Killinger. "The workaholic is always right, is very critical of others and never accepts blame. ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Surviving a Homicide
Surviving a Homicide. By Nellie Taylor Jones ... to accomplish the same amount of work; Running away from pain by becoming a workaholic ... Because of the energy it takes to grieve, spouses may be less inclined to work on marital ...
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