- Joe has a brilliant career. In his early 40s he’s a partner in a law firm and well respected by his customers and his coworkers. His personal life is another matter. He’s been divorced twice and his current wife is telling him that something needs to change or he’ll be divorced again. Joe loves his wife but he also knows that even though he knows how to be a good partner in a law firm he doesn’t know how to be a good partner in a marriage.
- Ken is a rising star in a large utility corporation. As a director of finance he is younger then many of his pears. Due to his willingness to work hard and bulldog-like insistence on getting each little detail right he is trusted with many important projects for his company. As he puts it: “I like my work. I’m good at it and it feels good to be well respected. Yet I’m miserable. I am so stressed out that I have trouble sleeping. I worry constantly that I’ll screw up and get fired. My temper has gotten so bad I’m arguing with my wife and kids over stupid things. I can’t keep living like this.”
- Mac is a successful manager in a state government office. He loves his job and thought he was leading a charmed life. He comes from a loving and supportive family and was in his 10th year of realtionship with his life partner. He recently discovered that his partner is having an affair and wanted to end their relationship. His work started to suffer and he felt like his life was falling apart.
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