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When I was a teenager, she writes, I thought love would solve everything. In my early twenties I thought sex would solve everything....
When I was a teenager, she writes, I thought love would solve everything. In my early twenties I thought sex would solve everything. By my late twenties, I thought a career would solve everything.
At age thirty I thought marriage would solve everything, and then-when it didn't-I was sure that motherhood would. By my late thirties, following a brief period of certainty that therapy would solve everything, I became convinced that divorce would solve everything.
At forty I saw how absurd this all was, and decided to renovate.
So what do women want next? Find out in this blackly funny, sharply intelligent exploration of where we were, where we are, and where we're trying to get to.
'Witty, sharp and original, a woman men should listen to...Maushart extends a stylish invitation to listen.' Australian
“What Women Want Next lays out a detailed guide for living well and happily within realistic expectations, a book about counting blessings and determination.”—Sunday Telegraph (Australia)
“This is feminism at its page-turning best: engaging with rather than preaching to contemporary women. Reading this book is like having a heart-to-heart about all these issues with a (very informed) friend.”—Good Reading (Australia)