Annabelle Gurwitch

actress, co-host of the “Tiny Victories” podcast, and author of “You’re Leaving When? Adventures in Downward Mobility”

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actress, co-host of the “Tiny Victories” podcast, and author of “You’re Leaving When? Adventures in Downward Mobility”

Annabelle Gurwitch on KCRW

Actress and author Annabelle Gurwitch thought after she sent her kid to college, she’d be coasting into her golden years, taking Zumba classes and enjoying the extra “me time.”

Annabelle Gurwitch: Being human means ‘Calamity R Us,’ and it’s important to laugh about it

Actress and author Annabelle Gurwitch thought after she sent her kid to college, she’d be coasting into her golden years, taking Zumba classes and enjoying the extra “me time.”

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We often hear that 50% of marriages end in divorce, but recent    reports    show the overall divorce rate is down.

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We often hear that 50% of marriages end in divorce, but recent reports show the overall divorce rate is down.

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