yes is a world& in this world ofyes live(skilfully curled)all worlds
E. E. CUMMINGS
After sixteen years in the workforce, I had achieved what many professional women dream of, but I was miserable. A corporate vice president with a lucrative and high-powered job, I was blessed with what seemed like a great career, a loving husband, two beautiful children, and a charming house in a quaint New England town. I had all the signs and symbols of “success” in life. I had it all. Or so it appeared, until I awakened suddenly at age 38 to a burning question. I asked myself over and over, “Why am I so unhappy?”
My family life had always been fulfilling and satisfying to me. I loved being a mother and wife, and I experienced these roles as enriching, ...