Acceptance, acknowledgement, letting go — we are becoming masters after 50 at dealing with the curve balls. Here’s some inspiring stories that make us think.
About The Mom Who Is Not Kvelling
by Nancy L. Wolf
The next time you are having lunch with friends and the talk turns, as it often does, to what your kids are doing and the kvelling begins…remember this…
Parenting Adult Kid’s When Do We Become Hand’s Off Parents
by Felice Shapiro
When do we move off our kids’ stage, into the orchestra and ultimately the bleachers?
Woman and Alcohol At Midlife
by C. Anne Robert
Today BA50 begins a dialogue on women and addiction at midlife. We encourage you to post comments below and to email this article to your friends to increase awareness about this growing issue.
Is A Mom Still A Mom When Her Kids Live Far Away?
by Mindy Trotta
Are you still a mom when the “mom-ish” tasks you have been doing for so many years are no longer necessary…or are just different?
Saying Goodbye To My Kids Is Not Nothing!
by Beverly Beckham
…And then they were gone, one after the other.
Surprise: Snapping Out of Alzheimer’s?
by Marcia Byalick
“Ma, how did you get here?”