Author Archives: Wendy Cohan

Books and TV

Hooks, Lines, and Sinkers: Provocative Words from Romantic Films

Writers tend to watch movies in a way that often makes them much less satisfying. Late one night I attempt to watch the romantic movie, Love, Wedding, Marriage, starring Jane Seymour, Mandy Moore, Kellan Lutz (undeniably eye candy) and James Brolin (age-appropriate eye candy). Not a bad lineup. But I am… Read More
  • Wendy Cohan |
  • July 12, 2018
Marriage & Divorce

My Tree of Forgiveness Has Deep Roots

Yesterday, I bought John Prine’s new album, “The Tree of Forgiveness,” and now I can’t leave my home until I recover. You could try to listen to “Summer’s End” as a divorced woman of a certain age without crying, but it would be futile. “Just come on home Come on home No,… Read More
  • Wendy Cohan |
  • June 17, 2018

About Wendy Cohan

Wendy Cohan

Wendy Cohan, a writer from Missoula, Montana, is the author of The Better Bladder Book - A Holistic Approach to Healing Interstitial Cystitis & Chronic Pelvic Pain and What Nurses Know...Headaches. A practicing nurse since 1994, Ms. Cohan made a midlife career change to writing full time about women’s lives and health, with as much humor as she can get away with. You can find more of Ms. Cohan’s work on PrimeWomen.com, TheFineLineMag.com, and Medium.com. She can be reached at Facebook.