How to be the perfect mother-in-law

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Andrews and McMeel, 1997 - Family & Relationships - 162 pages
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"Camille brings something new to the table with her down-to-earth, practical advice". -- John Gray, Ph.D., author of Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus

In How to Be the Perfect Mother-in-Law, now available in paperback, Camille Russo, an experienced relationship counselor, tells readers what to do to get their relationship with their in-law children on track and keep it there. Mothers-in-law will get an honest glimpse of themselves and a laugh or two in the process. Since there is no such thing as a natural mother-in-law, this is the perfect gift for you-know-who. Yes, there is life after a son or daughter marries and it can be lived happily ever after.

How to Be the Perfect Mother-in-Law has appeared in the Washington Post, the New York Times, The New york Daily News, New York Newsday and many other newspapers across the country.

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Russo is a relationship expert with a counseling practice in Queens. Her work with scores of clients is not psychotherapy as most people know it, but closer to what business consultants do for corporations.

Shain, husband of Camille Russe, is a media columnist at the New York Post. He has appeared on most of the local New York newscasts and nationally on CBS Morning, and is a regular contributor on CNNfn.