Reflections on Identity

About Me — Laura Friedman Williams

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We can, with great difficulty, change habits and routines. We can treat addictions, lose weight, break up with people we once could not have imagined living without. But what happens to us inside? What kind of change are we negotiating internally?

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Author of AVAILABLE: A Very Honest Account of Life After Divorce (Boro/HarperUK June ‘21; coming in May ‘22 from Harper360). Mom of three, New Yorker.

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Laura Friedman Williams

Laura Friedman Williams

Author of AVAILABLE: A Very Honest Account of Life After Divorce (Boro/HarperUK June ‘21; coming in May ‘22 from Harper360). Mom of three, New Yorker.

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