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You might squirm with embarrassment, twist in the wind with fury, be overcome with horror and disbelief—but if you are in a relationship with a narcissist, you are in an untenable position, and you can’t win. A narcissist will charm … read more

The post How to “Starve” a Narcissist—and Take Your Power Back appeared first on Still the Lucky Few.

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Genealogy has all of the elements of a first class mystery novel, a barn burner of a historical film.  Be prepared for suspense, intrigue, and emotional ups and downs as you delve into your family’s past. There is always excitement … read more

The post 6 Reasons to Love Genealogy—and Learn How You Became You appeared first on Still the Lucky Few.

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What does it take to find your tribe and end your loneliness and isolation? Most likely, it’s an ability to reach out and connect with people. Some people are naturally good at this. You see them at parties and events, … read more

The post 5  Steps to mastering ‘small talk’, and  finding your tribe appeared first on Still the Lucky Few.

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If you are one of the tens of thousands of people who are experiencing loneliness, and who have a deep craving to be a part of a community, but haven’t been able to find one, you may want to explore … read more

The post 5 Approaches to Finding Your Tribe and Ending Your Loneliness appeared first on Still the Lucky Few.

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  It’s a beautiful, sunny morning, and I have just come in from my garden, flushed with victory, and yet somehow, bleak and despondent with loss. My garden is a metaphor for life. In it are the usual suspects you … read more

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This Mother’s Day, what are your memories of three of the most important people in your childhood—your mother and grandmothers? Do you remember them fondly, with an abundance of love? Will your own children and grandchildren remember you in this … read more

The post Mother’s Day—Memories of Mothers and What They Taught Us appeared first on Still the Lucky Few.

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In our culture, at long last, we have made headway in ending disparaging humor about many marginalized groups—other races, other religions, the opposite gender, sexual preferences, trans gender. and disabilities. Yet we persist in making derogatory remarks about the group … read more

The post 3 Reasons to End Disparaging Humor About Old People appeared first on Still the Lucky Few.

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Happiness and fulfillment are two different things. You can have fulfillment without happiness, but you can’t have complete happiness without fulfillment. Being happy is about feeling good, experiencing something pleasurable—something philosophers refer to as hedonic well-being. Fulfillment, or eudaimonic well-being occurs … read more

The post 5 Steps to Finding Lasting Happiness and Fulfillment appeared first on Still the Lucky Few.

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We didn’t visit a lot, in the country where we grew up, so we didn’t know much about how our neighbors lived, but we did know what they drove. And we could tell, especially in the fall, when the crops … read more

The post Tall Tales at the Country School—a Story appeared first on Still the Lucky Few.

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Coco Chanel once said, “You can be gorgeous at 30, charming at 40, and irresistible for the rest of your life.” While this seems a tad unrealistic, it would be comforting to know that something, at least, could be retrieved … read more

The post Can Fashion Make Up for the Loss of Youthful Appearance? appeared first on Still the Lucky Few.

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