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For 52-year-old author Sandra Tsing Loh, 50 isn’t the new 40. It’s the new 11.
“I think that age is really a construct,” she said. “I’m happy to state my age. It’s really a great time to be getting older.”
She says that now, but just a few years ago the author found herself adrift in choppy midlife waters marked by a mid-40s affair that would itself become a circumstantial harbinger to her perimenopause several years later.