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My Breakup Letter to Workaholism

Saying Goodbye to that Which Almost Killed Me

written by Edie Weinstein August 30, 2019
My Breakup Letter to Workaholism

Dear Workaholism:

You’ve been part of my life for as long as I can remember. Maybe our connection is ancestral: I come from a long line of immigrants who fled persecution to make a home in a new land. They toiled to support their families. They instilled that same work ethic in my parents who worked hard, volunteered, maintained friendships, cared for their aging mothers, and sustained a loving marriage for almost 52 years. My parents made their overloaded lifestyle seem far too easy. I inherited their tendency to work hard, thinking it was praiseworthy.

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