In a ballroom in Hawaii in May 1996, a woman Baby Boomer about to be honored for her life's work admits she feels like a failure and is forced to face the trauma of her journey through those Boomer years. Publication Date TBD.
"I asked a man to sleep with me last night. He was my friend—affectionate, handsome, and, most important, available. After I asked him, he sat very quietly on the footstool near my chair for several minutes and then he said no. I felt rejected, hurt, and when he left, I asked myself why I needed affection and closeness so desperately that I had to use sex to get it."
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--Dr. Don Sloan, former OB/GYN at Lenox Hill Hospital
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Miriam Arond, Former Director of The Good Housekeeping Research Institute, former Editor-in-Chief of Child Magazine.
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David Rubin, Professor and Dean Emeritus, S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communication, Syracuse University