Do you possess great wealth, or are you working hard to accumulate it? In either case, this book is a godsend for you.
Based on her own experiences and those of her clients with the Dark Side of wealth, Thayer Willis shines a light into an area seldom thought about, let alone addressed, in our materialistic culture.
In Navigating the Dark Side of Wealth, Ms. Willis details the pitfalls that great wealth can lead people into: the morally corrupting and emotionally stunting effects that having material riches can cause, and the pain and heartache that ensue. More importantly, within these pages she provides the needed guidance that, if taken to heart, can lead troubled inheritors to more balanced and fulfilling relationships.
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Thayer Cheatham Willis was born into a world cushioned with wealth. Her father and his brother had built their lumber company into the success that today is Georgia-Pacific Corporation, and Willis knows firsthand the comforts and the challenges inherent to the lives of those who have inherited great wealth.
Willis earned an MA in English from the University of Oregon and worked at writing, teaching, and leading counseling groups as an apprentice. Desiring to find ways to better help her peers with the emotional issues common to inheritors, she returned to graduate school to earn an MSW, leading to a License in Clinical Social Work.
Willis has a national reputation as an expert, caring presence in assisting people who are working through issues related to wealth. She has presented at numerous conferences, workshops, and seminars in connection with professional associations across the country.
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