This article is authored by Erin Bunch and is originally published by Well and Good. New Jersey-based magazine editor Jenny Jones (at her request, we’re using a pseudonym) had the perfect pregnancy. “I was super healthy, I worked out four to five times a week, I felt great,” she tells me. The 32-year-old, established in … Continue reading America’s Mothers are isolated, anxious, and depressed- here’s why
This article is authored by Robert W. Goldfarb and is published by The NY Times. At 88, I remain a competitive runner, always sprinting the last hundred yards of a race to cross the finish line with nothing left to give. The finish line of my life is drawing close, and I hope to reach … Continue reading The Secret to Aging Well? Contentment
This article is authored by Tim Herrera and is originally published by The New York Times. We’ve all felt it before: that weird mix of jealousy and pride when a friend accomplishes something that we also want to accomplish. It’s perfectly natural, and there are plenty of ways to deal with it. But sometimes, buried in … Continue reading Feel Like You Haven’t Hit Your Peak Yet? It’s Never Too Late
This article is originally published by The Atlantic. Perhaps you are one of the lucky ones. Perhaps you have reached your 40s, 50s, or 60s blissfully happy in your job. You are engaged, fulfilled, and challenged. Your work draws on your natural talents and passions. If so, feel free to skip this article. The rest of … Continue reading Starting a New Career in Midlife
This article is originally published by the HRM. Failure to understand “genuine redundancy” could see employers facing an unfair dismissal claim. It’s a common misconception that employees dismissed on redundancy grounds cannot claim unfair dismissal. While it’s not typical for these employees to do so, there are some cases that show employers may risk a … Continue reading When does a redundancy become an unfair dismissal?