The first editor of “Ms.” magazine helps women address the three crucial questions of second adulthood: What matters? What works? What's next?
New brain research is proving it: Women at midlife really do start to see the world differently. Some 37 million women now entering their fifties and sixties—a unique generation—are refashioning their lives, with dramatic results. They have fulfilled all the prescribed roles— daughter, wife, mother, employee, but they're not ready to retire. They want to experience “more.” Suzanne Braun Levine
gives us a fun, smart, and tremendously informative road map through the challenging and uncharted territory that lies ahead.
Suzanne Braun Levine
is a writer, editor, and nationally recognized authority on women, media matters, and family issues. Editor of “Ms.” magazine from its founding in 1972 until 1989 and editor in chief of the “Columbia Journalism Review,” she is currently a contributing editor of “More” magazine . The author of a book about fatherhood and numerous articles and essays, she has also produced a Peabody Award-winning documentary about American women. She has appeared on “Oprah” and the “Today” show and has lectured widely.