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Marry Smart

Duate women at Princeton “Here’s what you really need to know that nobody is telling youfind a husband on campus before you graduate Yes I went there”Now in Marry Smart Patton goes even further with the benefit of hindsight to give women everywhere the advice they need about marriage motherhood and happiness It is a book of savvy advice mixed with anecdotes recipes and above all a keen sense of humor Patton covers topics such as college hook up culture how to spot a Good Boy why it’s harder for smarter girls to date how to maintain resp. I just heard this author on NPR I WILL not be reading this book I am not feminist but I do believe men and women are complete in of themselves they don t need to be married or have children to love a full life This author just made me feel like a failure for not getting married in college when I should of and having the children I probably won t have I could go on but I will refrainIt has been a long time since I had eually strong reactions to gag and to scream in anger Also I am rating this one even though I didn t read it as I want it to have low ratings blech

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Ect for yourself through all the nonsense and much Aimed at college girls and graduates this book has tips and life lessons for women everywhere who haven’t found a partner yet or are struggling to decide when it’s the right time for Mr Right or for whom Mr Right has gone wrongAs unerringly honest as Amy Chua’s Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother as practical as Steve Harvey’s Act Like a Lady Think Like a Man and infused with Patton’s tell it like it is homey charm Marry Smart contains old fashioned wisdom for a modern generation of women. This book was front and center on the shelf of new library books and I decided to read it to see if I married smart According to the author I did marry smart because I found and married my husband our last year in college in 1968 There were many things I agreed with because I have a traditional marriage I choose to stay home when the children were growing up even though I had a degree It was the right decision for me Even though our money situation was tight I used my education to learn ways to help our family of four children from 1971 1984 I finally entered the work force in 1984 and was so glad I was able to stay home when I did after seeing mothers of infants struggling with guilt and difficulties trying to balance family and work Traditional marriages and family life may not be for everyone but it s good for this generation of 20 year olds to hear this perspective and decide for themselves what they really want out of life

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The “Princeton mom” who caused a stir with her controversial letter to the Daily Princetonian offering advice to young women at Princeton about marrying early delivers unvarnished truths in this smart straightforward and witty book of life lessonsA graduate of Princeton’s class of 1977 Susan Patton garnered strong reactions from both naysayers and supporters with her controversial column published in the college newspaper in March of 2013 “Forget about having it all or not having it all leaning in or leaning out” she wrote to undergra. This book touts the advantages of allowing men to manipulate your identity to be desirable I rename it 50 Shades of Cray


10 thoughts on “Marry Smart

  1. says:

    This book touts the advantages of allowing men to manipulate your identity to be desirable I rename it 50 Shades of Cray

  2. says:

    It's refreshing to see that traditional values haven't been lost but are encouraged I think the greater message which has been overshadowed by the media is to define what makes you happy and work diligently to accomplish all that you want to be and have

  3. says:

    Whoa I'm still decompressing from this book Aside from my opinions about the author and her message which I will definitely address let me first say that this book isn't particularly well composed After Susan finishes her overview of finding a mate in either your 20s or dare she say your 30s eek you spinster she includes a later section about dating in your 50's how to deal with an empty nest how to talk to your daughte

  4. says:

    I just heard this author on NPR I WILL not be reading this book I am not feminist but I do believe men and women are complete in of themselves they don't need to be married or have children to love a full life This

  5. says:

    So I wrote a letter to WSJ complaining about this book and they published it I disagree with her premise that the best catch are around you in college but guess what?? You will find an even BETTER catch as you grow and become even betterShe is 100% correct in that women should act classy and not slutty but she n

  6. says:

    The advice in this book is so right and so wrong simultaneouslyI plan to advise my daughter to be open to some of the tips namely the suggestion that women should marry someone as smart or smarter than you Successful men have prereuisites before they marry so successful women should operate with the same standards

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    This book gets a higher rating than I thought I might because there IS actually useful information included but its “cons” are many ManyThe author of “Marry Smart” Susan Patton gained fame in 2013 when she wrote a letter to the campus newspaper at her alma mater Princeton University Known as the “Princeton Mom” she encou

  8. says:

    This book was front and center on the shelf of new library books and I decided to read it to see if I married smart According to the author I did marry smart because I found and married my husband our last year in college in 1968 There were many things I agreed with because I have a traditional marriage I choose to stay home when the children were growing up even though I had a degree It was the right decision for me Even thoug

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    Reuested an e arc because of all the discussion around Patton's article I was curious against my better judgement I wish I'd listened to myself because I really did not enjoy reading this book and frankly didn't really finish Luckily her advice is so snobby elitist and specific it won't really apply to the vast majority of humanity but I'm sure it will be widely read Most of her faults are pretty generic redu

  10. says:

    Old Fashion advice for those seeking a traditional life The only constant in life is change but certain principles never will a truth many would have you believe antiuated and retrogressive But the facts are plain dreams don't just happen you work for everything you get; no one man or woman will pay for what they can get for free;

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