Women's Health

Generations

It makes sense for struggling young assistants to bond at work, but colleagues with a nearly 40-year age difference? Well…why not? Renee and Lauren became friends at a Milwaukee nonprofit. Lauren had just arrived from southern California to live with her fiancé. She didn’t know anyone else and often felt lonely. Renee had moved around a lot in her life and comforted Lauren when she worried Milwaukee might never

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