What Would Judy Say?: A Grown-Up Guide to Living Together with Benefits

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Judge Judy says, "When I was young, you either left your parents' house in a white dress or a pine box." But times have changed. Today couples are more inclined to test the waters before tying the knot.

In What Would Judy Say? A Grown-Up Guide to Living Together (with Benefits), Judge Judy Sheindlin enters a lively dialogue with readers from her popular Web site, www.whatwouldjudysay.com, to explore, with humor and savvy the pitfalls and ...

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Overview

Judge Judy says, "When I was young, you either left your parents' house in a white dress or a pine box." But times have changed. Today couples are more inclined to test the waters before tying the knot.

In What Would Judy Say? A Grown-Up Guide to Living Together (with Benefits), Judge Judy Sheindlin enters a lively dialogue with readers from her popular Web site, www.whatwouldjudysay.com, to explore, with humor and savvy the pitfalls and possibilities of sharing a life together before marriage.

Judy's wisdom, based on a lifetime of experience, both in and out of court, covers the territory. In her inimitable way she offers reality checks: "Men are warriors, and warriors don't clean up after themselves." She cautions against blind love: "Frogs don't become princes." About mingling money and property, she warns: "No joint before the ring." She advises that couples entering live-in relationships protect themselves because there is no court of People Just Living Together.

Rich with stories of real men and women who share their travels in the land of love and commitment, this is a heartwarming, funny and smart guide, to help people negotiate and really enjoy what is supposed to be this wonderful journey of life.

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  • ISBN-13: 9781483931678
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 4/24/2013
  • Pages: 116
  • Sales rank: 44,398
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.24 (d)

Meet the Author

Judge Judy rules, on and off the bench, where she dishes her unique brand of common sense with a dose of humor and heart. Her syndicated show, JUDGE JUDY, is #1 in daytime TV, viewed by millions of loyal followers. Over the past 16 seasons, JUDGE JUDY has reached an iconic status, and she has appeared on everything from Saturday Night Live to Nightline to The View, and has been interviewed by most major national publications. Everyone wants to know what Judge Judy says-about everything from popular culture to politics to modern family life.

With her popular new Web site, What Would Judy Say®?, she has created a lively forum to exchange ideas on life and relationships. What Would Judy Say: A Grownup Guide to Living Together (with Benefits) is the first in a series of books based on the Web site, where Judge Sheindlin weighs in with wit and savvy. "When I was young, you either left your parents' house in a white dress or a pine box," she writes. "The norms have changed. Living together without benefit of marriage is now common." The result is a whole new set of complications and possibilities, and Judy responds with her trademark mix of practicality and frankness, based on a lifetime of experience in and out of the courtroom. The result is a satisfying exchange of stories and ideas for anyone who chooses to embark upon the grand adventure of living together.

Judy is the author of three bestselling adult books and two children's books. She is married to Judge Jerry Sheindlin, a former Justice of the Supreme Court of New York. They have five children and twelve grandchildren.

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  • Posted October 3, 2014

    Not what I expected

    I thought I was getting a book so this was totally not what I had expected. This cannot be called a book - it's more of a pamphlet or one chapter in a book. It deals only with issues affecting people who are in a "live together" situation, and nothing else. If you're not in that situation, put the book down and find something else to read. Possibly Judge Judy is writing more chapters and feeding them to the public one at a time. If so, wait until she has a complete book. There are many more interesting things out there to read.

    5 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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