Who Stole My Glass Slippers?: A Real Life Guide to Happily Ever After
And they lived happily ever after...Or did they? For generations young girls have been exposed to fairy tales depicting 'love at first sight' and 'happily ever after' endings. But what really happens after the princess says, 'I do'? With the estimated forty-percent divorce rate, many women are finding that their idealistic assumptions about marriage are a recipe for disaster. Who Stole My Glass Slippers? A Real Life Guide to Happily Ever After takes readers where the fairy tales left off, revealing how relationships need to mature and evolve in order to thrive. Through humor and real-life experience, D.D. Kellett knowledgeably examines the life cycle of a married couple, providing useful insights on how to have a successful marriage. Her encouraging words offer the hope that while life may not be a fairytale, it is possible for couples to find happiness in their ever after. Who Stole My Glass Slippers? A Real Life Guide to Happily Ever After offers up practical marital advice laced with a hint of humor and wit. It's a healthy, real-world perspective on the interactions and conflicts between a husband and a wife that can arise over the course of a marriage union, and is a great read for females wanting to improve the general state of their marital relationship. -Ronald Gleason, M.D., Adult Psychiatry
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