Modern gal and New York Times columnist Maureen Dowd opines on a recent study that women become less happy than men as they age in this column.
To warn the gals of the group: it might be a depressing read. But I also think it's worth the time to scan some of the comments on the story, many of which present interesting points that might have been left out in the study or might be behind the results of the study.
In an effort to be optimistic that my life won't follow the track that the study suggests, I'd like to think that our generation might have different results because of the way roles seem to change with the passing of every generation. I hope that's the case, anyway.
What do you think about the column? What do you think it will take to be happy when we're older modern gals?