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Drinking Alone

I became engaged to my husband thirty-five years ago today. It is really quite incredible that so much time has gone by and that I’ve lived long enough to have lived with someone else this long. But alas, I have.While …

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Do I Need A Make-Over?

Ironically, middle-age can feel less weighty (except for those extra 5 lbs that seem to settle around the waist) If you’ve been blessed, the kids have, or are getting ready to leave your abode), you’ve done the house and the …

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Is Grief always a part of Midlife?

I didn’t think I would experience this. After all compared to other stages and the things I have gone through in life, midlife seemed like a piece of cake—actually, the best part of my life thus far. But then it …

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Women and the Scariest Part of Aging

If we could keep our youthful looks and also be guaranteed another 40 years, would midlife be as scary? Vivian Diller, Ph.D,  Jill Muir-Sukenick, Ph.D, and editor Michele Willens have created a guidebook, called “Face It” to help women deal …

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