The Department of Health and Human Services recognizes mid-life motherhood as a certifiable trend in today’s society. According to a recent CDC survey, more than ever before, women ages thirty-five and over are having children. In fact, the average age of first-time mothers has increased 3.5 years since 1970.
A first-time mother in her mid thirties, Jane Jarrell speaks from the heart about the unique experiences of a mid-life mom--all while keeping a vigorous sense of humor. In Secrets of a Mid-Life Mom, she tackles universal issues such as self-esteem, fear of the future, career choices, and spirituality. Using what she calls a "written talk-show format," Jane encourages moms of all ages to enjoy every challenging minute of motherhood.