Seven Truths: Wisdom from Six Decades of Life

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At the well-traveled age of sixty, I finally discovered what I want to be when I grow up: grounded, calm, strong, fit, confident, aware of my own self-worth … and HAPPY.

I’ve covered a lot of ground in six decades, and as Abe Lincoln once famously said, I’ve come to hold these truths to be “self-evident.”

  1. Ask nicely for what you want — from your partner, and

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Wendy Cohan

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Exploring personal growth, relationships, and writing as craft. Seeking representation. https://twitter.com/CohanWriter https://www.facebook.com/WendyCohanWrite

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