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Mae Fox starts therapy business after benefiting from therapy herself (access required)

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Mae Fox is soft spoken, gentle, compassionate, empathetic—the list goes on. So, when her counselor suggested she try anger management classes 20 years ago, she was rightfully stunned. “I said, ‘I think you need to look at the chart you pulled because I think you’re talking to the wrong person,’” says Fox, 46. “But, she encouraged ...

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