Mothers-in-Law Do Everything Wrong (MILDEW)
Authors Liz Bluper and Renée Plastique have sparked a revolution with their code word: M.I.L.D.E.W. (shorthand for Mothers-In-Law Do Everything Wrong). Their playful acronym is becoming a party of today's lingo as women talk to each other about that all-too-familiar marriage by-product—the mother-in-law.
The authors are helping women “laugh their MILDEW away” by sharing their hilarious strategies, stories and relatable experiences. Women from across the globe are now opening up and sharing their stories, lending support to those also suffering from “MILDEW build-up” and confirming that, indeed, they are not alone. They are discovering that when it comes to MILDEW, laughter really is the best medicine. “M.I.L.D.E.W. is truly therapeutic!” says one reader.
With its broad appeal, M.I.L.D.E.W. is inspiring mothers-in-law, too. By taking their scientifically calibrated quiz, more than one mother-in-law has been surprised at the results and subsequently changed her ways. Bluper and Plastique are hearing reports of reduced marital stress and improved family relations. “World peace can't be far behind!” quips Plastique.
From their all-too-revealing quiz to the laugh-out-loud stories to the "Hey, that really might work" strategies, this book gives new meaning to the word "MILDEW," and will keep you laughing and dying to share it with your friends.