One of the oldest dilemma's a woman may face is lying about her age.
Is it society that makes it so difficult to accept the inevitable of aging? Or, do women need to let it go and start embracing their age?
The hit TV Land series, Younger, followed a recently-divorced 40-year-old mother who posed as a twenty-something in order to land her dream job at a publishing firm. Throughout the series, the main character, Liza Miller, struggles to keep her new youth identity kept secret from her boss and co-workers, fellow friends she had while she was married, and her 26-year-old love interest.
This raises one of the oldest debates women face at some point in their life: is lying about your age ever okay?
Some suggest it doesn't do any harm, while others think it fosters the larger issue of age-shaming women.
Listen in as Suzanne Braun Levine discusses the age-old dilemma women face, as well as whether you should lie about your age or not.