‘I Can Feel My Body’s Ability to Make a Child Draining Out of Me’: Tracee Ellis Ross Says She Feels the Pressure of Being Single and Childless at 50
Tracee Ellis Ross is redefining the formula of what a woman should have accomplished by the time they reach a certain age.
In a recent podcast interview of Glennon Doyle’s “We Can Do Hard Things,” the offspring of Diana Ross and Robert Ellis Silberstein opened up about accepting her journey as a single 50-year-old woman who is childless and experiencing perimenopause.
“I’ve been single for a very long time,” Ross said at the beginning of her interview, “I have had many wonderful ins and outs of things, but no one stuck to the pain.”
The thought of a woman possibly going through life without a male counterpart could be seen as ludicrous to some. However, Ross has been determined not to let this restrict her but allow her to gain love through other ways.
This includes her relationships with family, friends, and their children.
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