I Almost Divorced My Husband, But I Went on Strike Instead

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Cedar Fort, Jun 1, 2011 - Family & Relationships - 163 pages
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Sherri Mills eagerly took over all household and child rearing duties at the beginning of her marriage. Years later, exhausted and angry from her husband's do-nothing attitude but having a "No Divorce" goal, she went on strikeand it worked. Sherri's candid confessions of going from picket fences to picket signs will have you laughing your way to a permanent, equitable division of labor and domestic bliss.
 

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Review: I Almost Divorced My Husband, But I Went on Strike Instead

User Review  - Sandra Strange - Goodreads

Every wife needs to read this small book, the sooner the better. In our culture the default setting for housemaking chores, including cleaning, cooking, childcare, is "women's work," whether the ... Read full review

Review: I Almost Divorced My Husband, But I Went on Strike Instead

User Review  - Apzmarshl - Goodreads

I laughed when she called her strike immersion therapy. It suddenly seemed more legit than just throwing a fit. And I liked the reminder that you may need to break chores down into manageable steps when teaching your little kiddos, or just to make them more palatable for yourself;) Read full review

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