Monthly Archives: April 2009

A Mother’s Day Memory

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‘I always thought mother looked like Claudette Colbert. For the three of us, this was the best “good hair” I think we ever had. My hair has rarely come out right since. We had all used an apple cider vinegar rinse on our hair to make it shine and I have a memory of smelling […]

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Mary Wells Knows How We Will Reach Recovery

Supporting small businesses and big ones, too, creating new jobs, good sturdy ones — that is how we will reach recovery. Obama has been stressing that recently.

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Mary Wells: ‘Dangerous’ Recession

This recession is different from anything we have known. We are just beginning to understand what happened. It still looks dangerous to me.  I think we have a long way to go before we are cheery.

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The Love Goddess: How to Cure Narcissism

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Editor’s Note: Who is the wisest of them all? Who is more dedicated to your pleasure than anyone on earth? Who can help you when you’re going online for the first time to find love; or when your lover’s children hate you; or when you want to strangle your husband? Why, the Love Goddess, of […]

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Mary Wells: You Can’t Intellectualize God

Well, I don’t think you can intellectualize it. I have had a number of helpful experiences in my life that have convinced me that the universe is caring and I deeply trust those experiences. I am certainly aware of horrors and disappointments in our world. But then I look around at all the detail and […]

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Did Mary Wells Look the Other Way?

I have never enjoyed soap operas. In fact, I never saw “Guiding Light.”

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Why Mary Wells Reads the News

No, I am not tired of the news. I read every word that comes my way. I am afraid I might miss something that would impact a decision I have to make.

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Mary Wells: Feeling Stuck, Baby Boomers? Paula Forman Has the Solution

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Mary Wells interviews Paula Forman about her pitch-perfect new book, The Hourglass Solution: A Boomer’s Guide to the Rest of Your Life, which could heat up your life – and maybe take you to the stars!

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