Thinking About Suzanne Braun Levine & What She Said About Friendships

For someone who leaves me so awestruck to this day, Suzanne Braun Levine, author (You Gotta Have Girlfriends, Fifty is the New Fifty, Inventing the Rest of Our Lives, to name just a few of her books), and the original editor of Ms. Magazine is surprisingly easy to talk to. I was thinking about her

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My Best Friend Deb & Why Women At Woodstock East Was So Important to Me

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I’ve started to write about Women At Woodstock East 2013 a dozen times – and stopped, because I can’t really talk about what I experienced without first talking about my friend Deb.  And for the last month I haven’t been able to talk about Deb, even via a blog post. So I’ll start by saying that when Suzanne

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The Happy Truths of Getting Older

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I enjoyed every single “reason” that Suzanne Braun Levine listed in her recent Huff/Post article, “7 Reasons I Would Never Want to Be Young Again,”  and I can honestly report that I feel and agree with every single one of them.  And, I confess that sometimes when I read an article written by a fellow

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Change Is Good Whether You Need It or Not – And You Always Need It

Suzanne Braun Levine talks about the need for change in the second half of life in this insightful article on the AARP blog. I especially relate to her message, “I am not who I was only older. Even familiar experiences and relationships take on new meaning.” This is the time in life, she says, to

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Suzanne Braun Levine – You Gotta Have Girlfriends

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I’m so gratified that Suzanne Braun Levine has made plans to return to Women At Woodstock this year – both East and West! The original editor of Ms. Magazine, author of many books including the How We Love Now series, and a regular contributor to Huffington Post, among many other accomplishments, Suzanne graciously agreed to

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