Tag Archives: Marshall Ulrich

Listen Hard, Love Life

Is Adulthood So Miserable? At night, when I tuck her in, my younger daughter tells me with a sigh of contentment, “Mom, I love life.” It’s a parental dream come true, and her happiness makes my heart sing in my … Continue reading

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Suffering, Hope, and Faith

I have two friends–both beautifully intelligent, funny women who radiate wisdom and kindness, the women I would want to be if I couldn’t be myself–each in the midst of a divorce. Although they bravely continue to step forward to meet … Continue reading

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