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“I’m 67, have no enthusiasm for life and wear hearing aids. Don’t tell me to join an art group.” Thoughtful Advice, No Glib Life Tips

I am 67, retired and have a loving husband but little enthusiasm for anything. I went to art school in the 1960s, which were the best years of my life. I tried to qualify but two attempts at degrees failed … Continue reading

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“I’m 40 and still single. Have I missed the boat?” Proper Advice from a Psychoanalytic Perspective

I’m nearly 40 and not the most confident of people and it just seems to me that what comes easily to others, having partners, babies, money, a good job, etc, doesn’t come easily for me. Three friends recently announced that … Continue reading

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