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Losses drive titans of finance to therapy

''I have my hands full with what's going on in Boston,'' said psychologist Jim Grubman. Financial ''advisers don't get a lot of sympathy from people right now.'' ''I have my hands full with what's going on in Boston,'' said psychologist Jim Grubman. Financial ''advisers don't get a lot of sympathy from people right now.'' (Christine Peterson for the Boston Globe)
By Megan Woolhouse
Globe Staff / October 9, 2008

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For years, brokers and hedge fund managers suffered from a condition known among therapists as "sudden wealth syndrome." Some even called it "affluenza." (Full article: 874 words)

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