When she was younger, Karen wasn’t broadcasting herself…
Instead, she tried to be the woman she thought she needed to be for her parents, for her husband and for society.
But now at age 60, she’s starting to celebrate who she really is.
Meet Karen in this week's short video, and check back next week to hear her full story!
I think I'm broadcasting me. I don't think I was broadcasting me back then.
I think I was broadcasting whoever I thought I should be, for my parents, for my husband, for society, you know, whatever.
And I just think, now, it's, I don't even know who me is yet.
You know, all my rock icons started graduating last year. And seeing all of them go when they were in their 60s, and then you start thinking, "There's not a whole lot of time left."
I don't know how much time there is left, but there's certainly less in front of me than there is behind me.
So, who am I being now?
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