Really Good, Actually

A 30-something Canadian woman faces the demise of her marriage and dating fumblings. Maggie is the only one of her friends who married young. With self-deprecating humor, sarcasm, and flippancy we watch as she learns to navigate the world with her new identity. She relies on her close circle of friends to support her though she feels bereft and confused about how to live in this new world. I enjoyed her incisive opinions and candidness as she makes tremendous effort not to get stuck in a depressive state. Recommended.

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