What Our Mothers Didn't Tell Us: Why Happiness Eludes the Modern Woman


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Simon & Schuster
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5.54 X 0.55 X 8.54 inches | 0.61 pounds
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About the Author

Danielle Crittenden has written for The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, and Ladies' Home Journal, among other publications. She is the founder of The Women's Quarterly, published by the Independent Women's Forum. She has appeared on NBC's Today show and is a frequent commentator on many national television and radio programs. She lives with her husband and two children in Washington, D


Meredith Maran author of What It's Like to Live Now They're all here -- the modern woman's hot buttons: love, marriage, motherhood, aging, and yes, sex....[This] thoughtful analysis will achieve its purpose: to make every one of us think.
George Will The Washington Post [A] deeply humane book, two copies of which should be given as wedding presents to every couple....
Suzanne Fields Los Angeles Times Syndicate Wonderful and witty.
Camille Paglia Salon.com A thoughtful critic of current mores.
Mary Leonard The Boston Globe Crittenden aims her appeal at twenty-somethings who take women's rights for granted but are not sure their stressed-out working mothers were right when they said they could have it all. Crittenden...[tells] women they can embrace more traditional values, find contentment and even have some fun without donning a dowdy housedress and becoming June Cleaver.