In case you missed the post on Facebook, you might want to check out this conversation about The New Midlife Crisis and how and why it’s impacting Generation X women.
Once I was bound by sin’s galling fetters, Chained like a slave I struggled in vain; But I received a glorious freedom, When Jesus broke my fetters in twain. –Haldor Lillenas (1885-1959) Bettina Di Fiore came into my life through answered prayer and divine appointment. I was preparing for and dreaming about my sweet Bridgy’s […]
The level of well-being of young American women rose significantly for members of the Baby Boomer generation but hit a wall in generations that followed, the Population Reference Bureau (PRB) concludes in a landmark new report. In a PRB Population Bulletin, “Losing Ground: Young Women’s Well-Being Across Generations in the United States,” analysts present a […]
As the #MeToo Movement gains momentum on Twitter and Facebook, I am reminded of two painful stories I’ve told about sexual harassment and sexual assault during my years as a blogger. The first one I shared in 2009, was about sexual harassment. I decided to share it after a difficult year in my career, when […]
According to an online archive citing statistics from the Centers for Disease Control, 12,517,320 abortions occurred in the United States during the birth years of Generation X (1961-1981). There was a sharp rise in 1973, following Roe vs. Wade, the Supreme Court decision that legalized the procedure to end unwanted or life-threatening pregnancies. Since 2007, […]
I recently received a bottle of the brain supplement Happy • Calm • Focused or HCF. Like most Gen-Xers who’ve been inundated over the last 25 years with a nauseating cocktail of marketing hype and scare journalism, I’m skeptical about, well, everything. It’s all those product recalls. There’s been so many over the years, I’ve grown numb […]