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When Success Brings You Loneliness

Once you’ve done everything you set out to do, what happens next?

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My dad likes to tell people that, if given the choice between reading a book or running a mile, I, his eldest daughter, would choose to do both.

He’s not wrong. To a fault, I’ve always been an obsessive overachiever. As a young kid, I scribbled out a list labeled “goals…

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Chaunie Brusie

Chaunie Brusie

Writer specializing in health, parenting, medical, travel, and finance. https://chauniebrusie.com/

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