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The Rules(TM) for Marriage: Time-tested Secrets for Making Your Marriage Work

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

Women who fault the book[s] should stay single [more single men for Rules Girls!]

It's amazing to read such sharp criticisms from woman who have no interest in 'the Rules'. The books are constantly being reviewed by 'non-Rules' women. Funny thing is there was an article from 1954 - called 'The Good Wife' - [it recently surfaced on the net]. T...
It's amazing to read such sharp criticisms from woman who have no interest in 'the Rules'. The books are constantly being reviewed by 'non-Rules' women. Funny thing is there was an article from 1954 - called 'The Good Wife' - [it recently surfaced on the net]. The men in our office were circulating it for fun - to get a few women spun up - I personally didn't have a problem with the Good Housekeeping article from the 50's nor do I have a problem with any of the Rules - the men exclaimed with laughter 'if women did half this stuff in the article - the divorce rate would drop significantly'. That's right. Lazy, selfish, feminist, women who hate the Rules are exactly the ones who don't do well in relationships with men - who diss on the Rules. I'm a Rules girl - soon to be a Rules wife. My man treats me like a queen due to my self containment - I have the Rules to thank for this - I also have a wonderful marriage, a happy husband, and a less stressful marriage - due to the fact I practice the common courtesies preached through out the Rules Books - Hey - the women who protested about the books - if your mate treated you the way the books ask you to treat him - wouldn't you be happier?

posted by Anonymous on May 23, 2002

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1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

Disgusting

This is so offensive on so many levels. (Is it possible to give a book zero or less stars?) How could a book that advises a person (woman) to reduce herself to non-personhood status claim to 'help' with anything??? What's next from these authors? A cultural ex...
This is so offensive on so many levels. (Is it possible to give a book zero or less stars?) How could a book that advises a person (woman) to reduce herself to non-personhood status claim to 'help' with anything??? What's next from these authors? A cultural exposition on how racial tensions within society would be eliminated if the minorities just accepted their inferiority to whites?

posted by Anonymous on January 6, 2002

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