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Cheat On Your Husband (with Your Husband): How to Date Your Spouse Paperback – September 13, 2011
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About the Author
ANDREA SYRTASH is an advice writer and a dating and relationship expert. She has contributed to numerous popular sites including Oprah.com, Yahoo! and the Huffington Post, and she is the on-air host of On Dating, produced by NBC Digital Studios. Syrtash has shared relationship advice in various media outlets across the country including the Today show, CBS's The Early Show, VH1, Martha Stewart Radio, and NPR, among others. Her advice has also appeared in Marie Claire, Glamour, People StyleWatch, Women's Health, Cosmopolitan, the San Francisco Chronicle, USA Today, the Washington Post, and the New York Times, among others. She speaks regularly about effective relationships at conferences and events around the country.
Syrtash lives in Brooklyn, New York, with her husband, Michael.
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Top Customer Reviews
I enjoyed this book. It's highly readable, and Andrea Syrtash uses her years of being a relationship advice columnist, her own marriage, and studies of other married couples to give concrete examples of the dos and don'ts of keeping your marriage alive.
The truth is that life and children and jobs often get in the way. We grow and change as people, but unfortunately our relationships often stagnate, or even regress as we give other things more attention than our marriage. And often it's not just our marriage we are neglecting as women, but ourselves too. Syrtash encourages women to get back in touch with themselves -- to be fun, spontaneous, and even sexy.
She does not write with a condemning judging tone, but I was convicted all the same. Seeing the mistakes of others in print reminded me that although I don't have a child-centered family and my husband I do take time for ourselves, that I've let things slide. I am glad that I read this and have been given the tools -- mostly just the encouragement -- to step it up a notch.