Ellen Goodman and Lynn Sherr discuss the baby boomer generation and how to find personal fulfillment when children are grown and other responsibilities have waned. They also explore what "me" now means for what once was considered a "me" generation. Ellen Goodman is a Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist for The Boston Globe. Her syndicated column appears in more than 375 newspapers nationwide. She is the author of many books, including Turning Points and Paper Trail: Common Sense in Uncommon Times. Lynn Sherr is a correspondent for ABC's 20/20. She collaborated on a biography of Peter Jennings.
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