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The Fine Art of Regret

(This essay was originally posted on May 3, 2011.) At dinner the other night, my daughter asked, “Mom, what is the one thing you would change from your past?” My husband’s fork paused midair. “Pretty deep question for dinner conversation.” … Continue reading

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You Are Enough

Elizabeth Gilbert recently wrote an article describing how all the women she knows–powerful, successful, talented women–are riddled with anxiety and fear because they feel they aren’t doing enough with their lives. She wrote that they are “stressing themselves sick” while … Continue reading

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