What No One Tells the Bride

What No One Tells the Bride

by Marg Stark
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What No One Tells the Bride: Surviving the Wedding, Sex after the Honeymoon 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
If you are just starting out in marriage, I strongly recommend this book. It is amazing! The author shares genuine personal stories to help you understand your own journey with marriage. I was feeling quite blue, but this book has provided hope and helped me understand the beginning stages of marriage so that I too can work towards an incredible marriage. My guess is you will be captivated by the author's candor and wisdom. I plan on buying it for all my recently married friends.
Guest More than 1 year ago
While the author has a few good points, there are too many pages of self-indulgent stories to read through. A more conscise, less biographical account would have been a good read.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I read this book about six months after I was married at the age of 20. It made me realize that my feelings towards my husband and my life in general are normal. I will give this book to any friend who gets married in the future!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Finding this book saved me from having to write it myself! Absolutely the best at breaking the code of silence surrounding bride-hood. I found out that I wasn't the only one to feel a little stranded by married life! It was full of AH-hah! moments and now I give it to every bride I know! (as a recent college grad- that's a lot!)
Guest More than 1 year ago
I am not a big 'self-help' reader, but a recently married friend loaned me this book. I read it cover to cover and had many 'Aha' and 'me, too' feelings. It discusses the problems and issues that modern women face when learning to become a partner after being single. It made me realize how normal all my feelings and conversations with my fiance were. I highly recommend this for any intellegent , career women who are in a serious relationship.
Guest More than 1 year ago
No other book gives you a more realistic perspective of how walking down that changes your life. People de-emphasize how transformative and how public marriage really is. Even the man at the grocery store will have an opinion about what type of wife you are - some Ramen Noodles in your cart? Oh, you must be a Betty Crocker wife, right? Wedding planners don't tell you about the identity crisis. No one else will tell you that you're not really marrying one man - you're marrying into his whole family. What you envision the perfect, idealistic marriage...but what you get is never that limited or boring. This book helped me survive the ups & downs of becoming a bride. Not only will this prepare you intellectually for the truth, but you'll feel better knowing that you aren't losing your mind - you're losing your life as you once knew it...and you're gaining a whole new married life. You thought being single was a crazy way to live? Just wait.