Learning to Live Alone

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iUniverse, Jul 20, 2007 - Self-Help
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What man plans to be the last to die in a marriage? We all believe and statistics support the fact that women live longer than men so why worry about living alone? Leave all the hassels to your loving wife. She'll take your hard earned money and swish off to Paris. But what if, God forbid, that without warning, without any premonition, without even saying "I love you," she is gone? Suddenly you are alone.How do you cope? What skills do you possess? Housekeeping skills that is. Cooking, cleaning, laundry. Did your wife keep the calendar, write the birthday cards, make the appointments, call the repairmen? Who will look after you, make sure your tie matches, your socks are the same, that you get a haircut and you watch your language?This book may not have all of the answers and probably not all of the problems but it does offer advice and comfort to those who are living the life of a widower from one who is living that life. So this is not so much a book about death as it is about how to live. Not the way you planned perhaps but the life that has been given to you.

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