A series of conversations about being fired, retired, aged out, and laid off
Meg Spinella, a hospice chaplain, discusses how she has processed loss in life and work.
“So often, I see signs that they’re looking for someone younger. Ads ask for ‘digital natives’ and people who ‘live, eat, and dream social media.’”
James T. Green landed his dream job right out of college. But when workplace stress collided with a tumultuous period in his own life, he decided he needed to quit to save his health.
Delissa Reynolds, an actress, ran a popular local bar for years, until the neighborhood changed.
In 1966, Nancy Bancroft entered a convent, took the habit, and changed her name. Seven years later, she chose to leave—and rejoined a radically changed world.