In many respects, that’s what the whole boredom thing is about: an inability to be okay with being with yourself. Odd, isn’t it, that we find ourselves so boring that we desperately rush to get away?

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Later onset alcoholism often starts with drink problems in people’s 40s and 50s.

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The victims of teenage violence towards parents are usually mothers, although fathers also are attacked. Sons are more likely than daughters to be violent to mothers.

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For the shyness to fade away, though, you have to interact with other people: it’s really the exposure to what you fear that changes things.

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Being 60-something can lead to mixed emotions

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