Last Updated on December 29, 2017 by ellen
Last month, we had a time that I never thought I’d miss before: back to school time. Everywhere I looked were boxes of crayons, scientific calculators, yellow school buses and back to school sales – except it didn’t matter any longer. I had no one going back to school, and I was at a loss. For so long, I identified who I was by my kids. I was the PTO President. I was “David’s Mom” or “Sarah’s Mom” and my day revolved around school activities, helping with homework and selling Girl Scout cookies. I had lost who I was as a woman – as a person – and I wasn’t sure how to reinvent myself. If that sounds a bit like you, you’ll want to keep reading about The Other F Word on Amazon. This post has been sponsored but the story is my own.
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Watch The Other F Word on Amazon
“The Other F Word,” a dramatic comedy series by award-winning filmmaker Caytha Jentis, is available free on Amazon. The riveting new series whose cast includes names such as: Steve Guttenberg (Police Academy), Michael Boatman (The Good Wife), Reiko Aylesworth (24), Judy Gold (Jim Gaffigan Show) and Ben Bailey (Cash Cab), addresses issues like ageism, sexism, re-entering the workforce, sexuality for women 40+, dating after divorce/widowhood and more. At its heart, the series is about friendship and finding oneself after the kids are grown – an adult coming of age in mid-life.
“The Other F Word” series taps into an underserved and underappreciated demographic: women 40+. Amazon reviewers are raving about the new series because they recognize themselves in the characters and relate to the storylines. The “F word” in the title stands for 40 and 50—ages when women are often overlooked and ignored, but it also stands for “fun” because the #FunNeverGetsOld. “The Other F Word” aims to show that life doesn’t end after 30. It only gets richer with age.
If you’ve ever felt at a loss once the kids grew up and moved on, you’ll definitely be able to identify with The Other F Word. These women are all experiencing changes from ending relationships to changing work roles. They’re moving from one stage in their lives to another and the struggles they’re facing are ones that I could really relate to in many cases. Watching The Other F Word is like sitting down with your best friend for a heart to heart about what really matters.
Ellen is a busy mom of a 25-year-old son and 29-year-old daughter. She is Grandma to one adorable baby girl. She owns 6 blogs and is addicted to social media. In what little spare time she has, she loves to read, watch movies, and play games. If you’d like to work together, email firstname.lastname@example.org to chat.