An intimate psychological memoir, The Future Tense of Joy is the luminous account of one woman’s efforts to free herself—and her family—from the demons of the past. The book deftly chronicles the daily consolations of marriage and motherhood, even as it exposes the treachery of silence to honor the healing power of love.
Jessica Teich graduated summa cum laude from Yale and received an M.Phil degree from Oxford, where she was a Rhodes scholar. Her previous book, Trees Make The Best Mobiles: Simple Ways To Raise Your Child In A Complex World, appeared in Vanity Fair, People, Us, and The Chicago Tribune, and was featured on the Today show.
Join Jessica Teich, and me on Tuesday, November 8, 10-11 A.M. CT US. We will be talking about her life’s journey and her newly released memoir.