Facing 30: Women Talk about Constructing a Real Life and Other Scary Rites of Passage
Thirty. The big three-oh. The baby-boom generation ("Don't trust anyone over 30") got there -- and succumbed to the realities of middle-class adulthood. But many women today, looking toward their 30th birthdays, can only see less freedom, less satisfaction, and more work. The result: an epidemic of "late 20s freakout."
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