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MAGGIE JACKSON | BALANCING ACTS

Tearing up at work could dampen career

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By Maggie Jackson
February 10, 2008

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A lost client, crashing computer, a boss's sharp rebuke, or a bad news phone call from home, and pow - you begin to lose it at work. The tears start to well up. It's not a good day. (Full article: 919 words)

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