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About the Author

Jenna McCarthy is the author of five books, including The Parent Trip: From High Heels and Parties to Highchairs and Potties and Cheers to the New Mom!/Cheers to the New Dad!. A self- confessed social media addict, she blogs regularly for iVillage, Betty Confidential, and many others. She lives in Santa Barbara, California.
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  • Paperback: 320 pages
  • Publisher: Berkley; Reprint edition (October 4, 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0425243028
  • ISBN-13: 978-0425243022
  • Product Dimensions: 5.4 x 0.8 x 8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (112 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #625,263 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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This is a great read for any woman who is married, was married, or plans to be married. It is an honest discussion of the marital dynamic, and while there is plenty of husband bashing, the tone is that we should love our husbands for what they are and let go of what they are not. The book is full of laugh-out-loud moments but at the heart this book is a love story to those not-so-perfect men with whom we choose to share our lives. It was thought provoking, inspiring and most of all, a HUGE relief to know there are husbands out there worse than my own. Pick it up today - you will not be disappointed!
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A hysterically funny, very engaging and reassuring book about the realities of being married to a good man. Refresing in that it acknowledges gender differences without the usual over-the-top male bashing. You can love your good man and read this book without feeling like you're betraying him...ha!
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I'm a huge fan of Jen Lancaster, but sadly I've read everything she's written, so browsing online I stumbled across Jenna McCarthy and I sure am glad I did. This book is laugh out loud funny. Jenna's humor and delivery is spot on, her observations about marriage will hit close to home to nearly every woman I would assume. I really enjoyed this book and halfway through went back and bought two more of her books. I'm excited to read more by this author.
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Jenna McCarthy is fearless. She says what every married woman at some point thinks (or whispers to her bff after 3 glasses of wine). This book is for all women interested in a side-splitting good time and a healthy dose of perspective to go along with it. My favorite are the "At Least You're Not Married to Him" bits where Jenna shares these hilarious and sometimes unbelievable stories from real women that make you go, "Yeah, I guess I've got it pretty good after all." This book should be made into a television series! And when it is, it will be my favorite!
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I have laughed and laughed through the entire book. I would have to mark certain passages because they definitely needed to be read out loud to my husband and the two of us would get a huge laugh. I guess you could call it a "bonding experience" for both of us. These topics are so universal to the state of matrimony and the author treats them with such honesty so as to let us see ourselves with a touch of humor. Next time my husband can't find the milk in the refrigerator I will just chuckle to myself thinking of Jenna and Joe.
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I'd gotten this book out of the library twice since its 2011 publication, so I already knew I loved it before I ever ordered my own copy last month. I've read three of her books so far, and I follow her on Twitter. The copy I got was in good condition, and the price - one penny - can literally not be bettered. (I'm Scottish and Dutch, so extremely cheap.) And yes, I often read favorite books more than once. As a kid, I read Anne of Green Gables so many times it literally fell apart in my hands one day.
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Very funny and entertaining. The story about "pooping a perfect porpoise" made me nearly fall off the treadmill as I was reading. People at the gym probably think I'm nuts because I sat there on the cardio machines and laughed my butt off at this book. I'm divorced, but so many of these stories are so true about most men in general and marriages. Loved it!
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I laughed aloud quite a bit while reading this one. I particularly enjoyed the at least you're not married to him bits and the closing thoughts by her husband. This is a good book to read in bed when your husband has to peer over your shoulder and try to read along even though he reads a lot slower than you do and you end up just reading aloud to him. We joke about his hot paw all the time now.
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