Category Archives: aging

who’s sorry now?

You’d think that twenty-somethings would feel fewer regrets than sixty-somethings, since they haven’t lived as long and haven’t missed as many chances — or if they had missed out on some amazing adventure or incredible relationship, they’re more likely to … Continue reading

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which comes first, motherhood or adulthood?

Do you need to be fully adult before you start having babies, or is it having babies that helps turn you into an adult? That’s the question Sam and I wrote about on the Motherlode blog at nytimes.com. (Part of … Continue reading

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mirror mirror

I’m trying to figure out what I think about this piece by Edith Zimmerman that appeared in The New York Times Magazine for November 13. (Do I even use the past tense for a piece that appeared in a magazine … Continue reading

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