Mary Pipher Celebrates Power of Older Women in 'Women Who Row North'

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Clinical psychologist Mary Pipher is best known for her 1994 bestseller "Reviving Ophelia," which looked at the societal pressures on adolescent girls. In her latest book, "Women Rowing North," Pipher explores how women contend with aging in a society that often values them less as they get older. Pipher takes on misconceptions about older women and celebrates their accumulated resilience and ability to find joy in a world filled with tragedy.


Mary Pipher, author, "Women Rowing North: Navigating Life’s Currents and Flourishing As We Age" and "Reviving Ophelia"