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As with a romantic breakup, it can be easy to reframe the relationship as a total loss or as time wasted, Williams said.
She raced through the more than 100 hours of training required to field calls, role-playing scenarios with hotline staff members pretending to be teens in the midst of breakdowns and breakups.
A Fortune and SurveyMonkey poll last month found 64% of Americans worried about Big Tech’s antitrust violations and 48% supporting the breakup of at least one of the companies.
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In 2020, we learned to be kind to ourselves, especially after going through tough emotional crises, like a breakup.
Indeed, the adage “the best way to get over a breakup is a hookup” ceases to function when you’re socially distancing.
Whatever the ultimate relationship of Great Britain and Europe may be, the current breakup underscores how deeply national identity runs through human psychology.
Calling the deal off now means neither company owes any fees to the other for the breakup, Visa executives said.
I feel it's just as likely that we'll decide this stability is more valuable than whatever's missing, or that we'll end up in a painful, lonely breakup and truly miss how nice, calm and steady we had it.
While it stopped short of directly asking for a breakup of the company, the central bank stressed that Ant needed to “understand the necessity of overhauling its business” and come up with a timetable as soon as possible.
“The actions harm every person in America,” Paxton said in a video statement preceding the case, which asked a judge to consider “structural” remedies that could theoretically include forcing a breakup of the company.

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