Mary is 45, beautiful, and tired of dating. After her divorce, she discovered that falling in love wasn't as easy as when she was younger. The same pattern of short-term relationships have her discouraged from believing true love still exists. The date always starts with an attraction that ends up with having sex. For the next few months, she's wondering if he'll call her again. Mary can't figure out what's wrong with these men. They all seem the same.
Debbie is 22, single, and hoping to get married. She watches her friends have long-term relationships, but she has yet to experience her own true love. Her insecurities and trust issues get in the way, pushing her interest from making a real commitment. She just wants to feel secure knowing that somebody loves her.
Danny is a 52-year-old, vibrant, secure, and very eligible woman. She loves her career selling beautiful homes along the coast of California. Although she's successful, her relationships with her family are less than ideal. Her solution is to keep her distance to minimize the drama, but deep down inside she wishes it could be different knowing time is precious with so much to lose.
Self-sacrifice under the guise of Self-preservation.
Kesha is 49. Overworked, underpaid, and continues to deplete herself trying to be a good servant. She feels invisible as others continue to take what little she has, giving nothing in return.
Although her heart is well-meaning, her anger continues to surface, coming across as overbearing, bullying, defensive, and intolerant to others. She doesn't see herself as the cause of her misery. Instead, she sees the flaws in others as a cross she must bear. If only the world were different, she would live in peace and be done with the nonsense.