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Why We Cant Sleep When Ada Calhoun Found Herself In The Throes Of A Midlife Crisis, She Thought That She Had No Right To Complain She Was Married With Children And A Good Career So Why Did She Feel Miserable And Why Did It Seem That Other Generation X Women Were Miserable, Too Calhoun Decided To Find Some Answers She Looked Into Housing Costs, HR Trends, Credit Card Debt Averages, And Divorce Data At Every Turn, She Saw A Pattern Sandwiched Between The Boomers And The Millennials, Gen X Women Were Facing New Problems As They Entered Middle Age, Problems That Were Being Largely OverlookedSpeaking With Women Across America About Their Experiences As The Generation Raised To Have It All, Calhoun Found That Most Were Exhausted, Terrified About Money, Under Employed, And Overwhelmed Instead Of Being Heard, They Were Told Instead To Lean In, Take Me Time, Or Make A Chore Chart To Get Their Lives And Homes In OrderIn Why We Can T Sleep, Calhoun Opens Up The Cultural And Political Contexts Of Gen X S Predicament And Offers Solutions For How To Pull Oneself Out Of The Abyss And Keep The Next Generation Of Women From Falling In The Result Is Reassuring, Empowering, And Essential Reading For All Middle Aged Women, And Anyone Who Hopes To Understand Them

10 thoughts on “Why We Cant Sleep

  1. Elyse (semi hiatus) Walters Elyse (semi hiatus) Walters says:

    Sleepy Can t sleep Wonder about others sleeping habits The author primarily focuses on Generation X women.but.if you find yourself awake in the middle of the night.you won t feel alone after reading this book Ha I read this during the middle of the night.Ada Calhoun did her research She interviewed thousands of women around the country We get insight

  2. P.S.G. Lopes P.S.G. Lopes says:

    I cannot believe I was blessed to read this AMAZING book before it was formally released I was invited to read this book through NetGalley Ada Calhoun s Why We Can t Sleep has become my bible, my battle cry, my feminist go to book for women my age I got so much out of reading this book The very second I picked up this book I literally absorbed each and ev

  3. Cari Cari says:

    I was lucky to receive an early copy of this book from Edelweiss I have read a lot of books about women in today s society, but never one that examined the problem from a generational lens I did my master s research paper on generations in the workplace, specifically the library, and it was really interesting to get a new perspective on it Calhoun is a member

  4. Janet Janet says:

    When it is hot as heck outside and there is nothing cool to do but reading as everything else makes you end up a sweaty mess, it is the perfect day for a speed reader I received a temporary digital Advance Reader Copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review From the publisher, as I do not repeat the contents or story of books in reviews, I let

  5. Leslie Lindsay Leslie Lindsay says:

    A searing exploration of stresses that keep GenX women up at night literally and metaphorically , I raced through this book, which completely resonated So, so grateful to have received an early copy of WHY WE CAN T SLEEP Women s New Midlife Crisis Grove Atlantic, 2020 by memoirist journalist Ada Calhoun I was feeling especially down the day it arrived you know, that exi

  6. Sherri Thacker Sherri Thacker says:

    You come to this place, midlife You don t know how you get here, but suddenly you re staring 50 in the face Yes this was me 6 years ago when i turned the big 5 0 and I knew this book was written about me Especially with the title as I have not slept good in YEARS But this book is about the facts of being in the Generation X group of women which according to this book, I mis

  7. Mary Mary says:

    I had the opportunity to read an early release copy thanks to NetGalley in exchange for an honest review I wasn t sure what to expect from this book and kept pushing it to the bottom of my to read list Once I began reading, it was difficult to put down While I technically fall just out of the GenX range, being on the cusp, I could relate to virtually everything From being a latch

  8. Erin Bartels Erin Bartels says:

    Witty, well researched, and full of compassion, Ada Calhoun s book about Gen X women s midlife crises issues concerns hits home If you re a Gen X woman, you will find here someone who watched all the same TV shows, listened to all the same music, and had all the same fears as you did growing up She ll show you how growing up in the 1970s and 1980s affects some of the things you may be

  9. Sara Smith Sara Smith says:

    I received a free ARC of this book through Netgalley.From the title of this book, you might think it s about sleep, but really the focus is on what are the biggest worries of the Generation X The author is only a year older than me so being in the same cohort, it was reassuring to read that I am not alone in my anxiety Financial concerns make up a large part of what keeps us up at night A

  10. Becky Becky says:

    Reading Why We Can t Sleep by Ada Calhoun felt like I was reading a biography of my own life The main premise of the book examines that current life trajectories of women from Generation X born 1965 1980 Women in Generation X are the first to deal with new expectations, due to the great strides achieved by women of earlier generations For example, the ability to work outside the home and have c

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