Spencer Dryden thought he would simply age gracefully. But then he came face to face with what he calls “the grim reaper of the male ego”.
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On the 35th anniversary of ‘The Miracle on Ice,’ Spencer Dryden explains, goal-by-goal, what that game teaches us not just about hockey, but about life.
After 40 years estranged from his family, Spencer Dryden becomes his mother’s end-of-life caregiver and learns something about how to live.
At 65 this romance writer and his wife of 27 years are still crazy in love. Here’s how they do it.
Whether it was God, Mother Nature, or Darwin, the skin that we brutally cut or cauterize away is there for a purpose, a purpose that has been forgotten.
Kids will learn some things all on their own. Spencer Dryden is thankful for this one.
Spencer Dryden has a theory about Gravitational Flux, and he suspects it might explain something a lot of us experience.
Thoughts on women’s rights and war, on stay-at-home dads and empty nest syndrome. From someone who’s been there, done that.