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Nancy Wolf

Nancy L. Wolf writes about parenting, family life, higher education and mental health from the perspective of someone who has seen it all and still has a strong sense of humor.
She practiced law for 30 plus years while raising 2 now adult kids and has been married for 36 years to a wonderfully tolerant man.
Now semi-retired, but hardly retiring, she helps parents of young adults with mental health challenges through www.yourbridgeforward.com and "parents of young adults who struggle" on facebook.
In her spare time, Nancy is a volunteer college advisor with a collegebound.org in Wash DC, a group that helps low-income kids get to college and on the board of NAMI Montgomery County
She relishes being the most opinionated member of her book club, sticks to advanced beginner classes in pilates and regularly cleans up after two unruly rescue terriers.
And did I mention that Nancy is a new grandma? Photos of her adorable grandson are available upon request.

How I Found Out I Was Going to Be a Grandmother

Our 29-year-old daughter, Liz, asked if she and her husband, Brian, could come over on a Wednesday night in early April.   Sure, I said; they lived only thirty minutes away. But my husband Jim and I were surprised that our daughter and son-in-law wanted to trek across the city during rush hour to our house …

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