The Mr. & Mrs. Happy Handbook: Everything I Know About Love and Marriage (with corrections by Mrs. Doocy)

The Mr. & Mrs. Happy Handbook: Everything I Know About Love and Marriage (with corrections by Mrs. Doocy)

by Steve Doocy
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Mr. & Mrs. Happy Handbook: Everything I Know about Love and Marriage 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I laughed out loud a number of times reading this book. I even nudged my half asleep wife to read her some of the funniest parts (for some reason, she didn't find them quite as funny, I wonder why?) We've been married 33 years and have had many of the same experiences as the author and his wife, so it was great reading that others had similar experiences. The last chapter is a real thought-provoker.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Its true...with all the how to books out there, this is the best I have found. By example they show that laughter is the best way to deal with life. Just reading this book made me feel happier and more positive. This should be a study guide for kids in school. Leave all the depressing negative books on the shelves and buy this one. I'm giving copy to all my friends for Christmas.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Outstanding book! The author, Steve Doocy, is as funny in his book as he is on Fox and Friends every morning. What a gem! You've got to buy this book!!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I cried, I laughed until I cried. Mr. Happy's wife is fabulous and now I know what a CCD teacher is. At first I thought Mr. Happy's life was extraordinarily comedic (especially if you count the number of tetanus shots) and that we had a lot in common (I am a thrifty handywoman). However, I have decided instead that he has captured the universal humor that transcends almost every family's life and that the comedy multiplies when children arrive.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Oooohhhhh! O.k. now I get it. O.k. talk to you maybe later tonight. Bie.
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