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Late Bloomer

How Being A Late Bloomer Gives You An Edge

Lorraine C. Ladish | Posted 07.01.2016 | Fifty
Lorraine C. Ladish

One of the benefits of being of a certain age is that you really can look back and dish out advice based on decades of experience! And no, I don't mean the kind where you explain to your kids how, back in the day, you walked to school in the snow, uphill both ways, with no coat or mittens, barefoot.

Late Bloomer

Kerrie L Cooper | Posted 09.28.2016 | Women
Kerrie L Cooper

At the age of 51, I finally understand who I am and what I am here to do. This didn't arrive in a great whooshing epiphany, more like bits and pieces of a puzzle coming together over a period of decades.

Why I'm Happy Being A Late Bloomer In Life

Polly Dugan | Posted 10.09.2014 | Fifty
Polly Dugan

As I type this, my first book, 'SO MUCH A PART OF YOU,' a linked short story collection, is on its way out into the world, and I'm thinking about how my life will be different after its publication. I'm curious about what readers will think. How much will they wonder: Is any of this true? Did any of these things really happen?

Last To Have A Baby

KnowMore TV | Posted 09.10.2014 | Parents
KnowMore TV

I watched my entire book group and two sets of friends get pregnant before I ever watched my belly swell.

Late Bloomer: How Becoming a Father at Fifty-Something Was Worth the Wait

Robert Manni | Posted 08.03.2013 | Parents
Robert Manni

When he first looked into my eyes and screamed at the top of his lungs, a rush of love poured through my body unlike anything I'd experienced before. To say it was worth the wait is insufficient.

Never Too Late

Joanna_Montgomery | Posted 06.02.2013 | Healthy Living

I initially started blogging about my cancer journey as way to avoid talking about it to others. I soon realized that the process was therapeutic for me. Now, I'm still learning to love and accept myself. But I'm working at it, every single day, for myself as well as my daughter.

What My Mom Taught Me About Divorce

Nancy Stampahar | Posted 11.07.2012 | Divorce
Nancy Stampahar

When my mother was 25, she divorced her abusive husband, my father. In retaliation for this courageous act, my mother, my 4-year-old intellectually-disabled brother and I were locked out of our home.

Late Bloomers In Art And Science

David Galenson | Posted 04.17.2012 | Home
David Galenson

There is a common belief that creativity is the exclusive domain of the young, but this belief is simply wrong -- a product of the drama of early conceptual breakthroughs.