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Altering lady Identities explores the impact of parental figures, the position types that ladies undertake, the various emotions that come up because of relations mandates and the feelings that come up from cooperation or festival between siblings.

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2). While for men ‘being rich’ is quite important at 46 per cent, only 38 per cent of women think this. A further aspect which appears polarized is having power and influence. While 13 per cent of men value this, only 7 per cent of women consider it important. While for men it is a priority, women feel guilty when they have money. 2 Basic concepts and hypotheses The traditional view sees money as a neutral tool facilitating exchange. We usually base our fantasies, fears, projections, on money. It is our experiences regarding money which mould our value and belief systems, our personalities, wishes, fancies and dreams as well4.

When a separation occurs the men tend to remain alone for only a short period of time – we have no idea whether this is because they can’t stand to be alone, or whether it is a question of image, as in the Sarkozy case, where they apply the quick replacement strategy. 9 per cent of the men in the same age group. 9 per cent of the young men. This is a reminder of one of our hypotheses, that the higher the employment level, the lower the emotional involvement. Of course, the fact that people do not live with a partner does not mean they don’t have one.

Overall, more than a quarter of the women interviewed have separated from a partner, compared with slightly over 15 per cent of the men. These separations are slightly more common among the women in the older age group, the women in transition, in whose changing situation the traditional model of the couple was the first to go. Road to Senior Management 39 The opposite is to be found among the men: the youngest claim to have undergone breakups with their partners rather more than the older ones who seem to cling harder to the traditional family models, based on the ‘till death do us part’ idea.

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