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At the age of 30, my life looked to others like “the picture of success” ― an enviable career, lots of friends, and a great marriage. But on the inside I was hurting badly.

On top of this, I was in a job where I was working 60-100 hours per week, travelling 80% of my time, being so exhausted when I came home that there was no energy left.

My emotional life was a mess, strained to its limit.

Now, I was brought up in a demanding family … and all my life I had been driven by other people’s high expectations. I was sent away to boarding school at the tender age of 12.

The decision, of course, was not mine ― and I was totally homesick, crying myself to sleep the first night.

By the time my parents visited at mid-term, I had made up my mind to go home, and was waiting for them with my bags already packed. But my father ruled that I was to stay. The last thing he said was, “If you accomplish this, you will be able to accomplish anything in life.” So I ...

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Today, you can buy human slaves from open slave markets in Libya. The Obama Administration had a lot to do with overthrowing Gaddafi and putting the country into the hands of the crazy people who run it today. Does anyone remember Hillary saying "We came, We saw, He died"?
Joe Biden was part of this. Why, especially when slavery is such a big part of our national conversation right now, is Joe Biden not being asked about this? Why is nobody talking about it?

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