PHOTOGRAPHS BY DALE GOLD 'I have no patience for women who whine about how hard it is. They are choosing their career over their kid and trying to jUStify it/ DR. LAURA SCHLESSINGER TALKS TO LINDA FRUM Having a bad childhood should not prevent a person from having a good life.
'It is hard to see friends living the big life. They all get new stuff. Everybody's doing it, why not me? The difference is that I am very concerned with my debt.' I had to look twice when my eagerly awaited latest Maclean ’s issue (“Money really can buy happiness,” Cover, Feb. 13) arrived.
1. THE DOG DAYS OF WINTER On his Olympic accreditation badge, CHEVY RAHLVES has an alert but distracted look on his face. Ears perked, he gazes up and away from the camera at something that has captured his attention. Forgive him for not taking a good photo.
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