Imagine that you’re dying. Cheery thought, right? Ask yourself this: Looking back at your life, what would be your biggest regret?
Bronnie Ware, a longtime palliative care nurse in Australia, found that as patients confronted death, their chief regret was living the life that was expected of them, not the life they wanted.
by Ken Budd
Stress. A mother’s stress. That’s what changed Corinne Cannon’s life.
Her son, Jack, was a colicky, restless, challenging baby. With each scream, with each tense, trying, bleary-eyed night, she grew more frustrated—even angry. And then she had an epiphany:
If I have resources, and I feel like this, what is it like for mothers who have nothing?