Elpida Kallistos has a secret.
You see, on the outside she is the confident, ultra-competent corporate embodiment of Grrrl power. On the inside however, a gnawing self-doubt is eating her alive. Despite her best efforts to lose herself in her career, the ticking of her biological clock is a constant reminder that she is deep into the wrong side of her thirties (the side that can’t help but stare down the double barrels of the big 4 0!) and not only has she no family of her own, she doesn’t even have a boyfriend.
Elpida has no children because she has no husband. She has no husband, or boyfriend for that matter, because she can’t find a man worth a damn…
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