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How to Ruin Your Marriage
     

How to Ruin Your Marriage

by Mary McHugh
 

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Looking for a way to spice up your marriage? Author Mary McHugh provides proven tips and quips to make any spouse immediately snap to attention. Marriage has its ups and downs, but How to Ruin Your Marriage is here to ensure that once you get on that emotional roller coaster it'll never stop!

Marriage can be a bumpy road--if you let it! Smooth

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Looking for a way to spice up your marriage? Author Mary McHugh provides proven tips and quips to make any spouse immediately snap to attention. Marriage has its ups and downs, but How to Ruin Your Marriage is here to ensure that once you get on that emotional roller coaster it'll never stop!

Marriage can be a bumpy road--if you let it! Smooth marriages are no fun, and they can need a little help to keep them from becoming stale, dry, and predictable.

Author Mary McHugh scored a hit when she wrote the successful How Not to Become a Little Old Lady. Now she offers up more than 250 concise, sage tips for keeping your marriage interesting in How to Ruin Your Marriage.

Take your spouse on a roller coaster ride with suggestions like these:

* Tell your mother-in-law she brought up a spoiled brat.

* Watch All My Children, drink wine, and cry.

* Exchange your king-sized bed for twin beds.

* If your wife asks you if you will miss her when she dies, say, Life goes on.

Complemented with illustrator Adrienne Hartman's hilarious drawings, How to Ruin Your Marriage is a surefire fix to keep your marriage from being dull and worn-out.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780740788116
Publisher:
Andrews McMeel Publishing, LLC
Publication date:
01/01/2009
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
144
File size:
8 MB

Meet the Author

Mary McHugh is a writer and regular contributor to SeniorWomen.com. She has written 11 books, including How Not to Become a Little Old Lady, How Not to Become a Crotchety Old Man, and How to Ruin Your Children's Lives. She has written for several publications including the New York Times, Good Housekeeping, Cosmopolitan, and Family Circle.

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