Book Reviews of The Southern Girl's Guide to Surviving the Newlywed Years: How To Stay Sane Once You've Caught Your Man

The Southern Girl's Guide to Surviving the Newlywed Years: How To Stay Sane Once You've Caught Your Man
The Southern Girl's Guide to Surviving the Newlywed Years How To Stay Sane Once You've Caught Your Man
Author: Annabelle Robertson
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ISBN-13: 9780451220226
ISBN-10: 0451220226
Publication Date: 12/26/2006
Pages: 272
Rating:
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.
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3.8 stars, based on 5 ratings
Publisher: NAL Trade
Book Type: Paperback
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This book was a delight to this newlyweds, southern soul. Annabelle Robertson is laugh out loud funny and highly insightful, bless her heart.
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Incredibly funny and insightful...Give yourself a few hours of peace and you'll finish this great book :-)
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True Southern Girls are not to be confused with southern girls. Southern Girls are natural-born beauties who never fail to write thank-you notes, and understand the importance of a little unsolicited advice. Whereas, southern girls were born and raised in the south, but sadly, they dont have the charisma, breeding or anything else that might remotely resemble the charm of a true Southern Girl

In The Southern Girls Guide to Surviving the Newlywed Years, Ms. Robertson teaches us the difference between Southern Girls and southern girls, and talks about all sorts of important issues to beginning married life with your significant other. Looking for a love shack? Ms. Robertson shows us the pros or cons to moving into your place, his place, or getting someplace entirely different.

With fun titles for the chapters, such as:

. Men and Food: Help Me, Rhonda
. Cleaning and Chores: I Say a Little Prayer
. The Mother-In-Law: I Wanna Be Sedated
. Conflict Resolution: Saturday Nights All Right for Fighting
. Babies: In the Year 2525

Ms. Robertson addresses all issues of married life. As a ten-year-marriage veteran, she knows what shes talking about. She also discusses how difficult divorce is on all concernedand she knows that first hand too, as her parents have gone through multiple divorces. All newlyweds or those going to be married, Southern Girl or not, should pick up a copy of The Southern Girls Guide to Surviving the Newlywed Years. It will truly teach you how to stay sane once youve caught your man. $14.00. 252 pages.