Eat, Drink and Remarry: Confessions of a Serial Wife by Margo HowardMr. Right #1: A financier who did deals
Mr. Right #2: A fourth-generation German-Jewish funeral director
Mr. Right #3: A handsome, Ivy League-educated, award-winning actor
Mr. Right #4: Dr. Perfect, a cardiothoracic surgeon (and the official keeper)
Being an advice columnist means youve heard it all. What it does not mean is that you get everything right in your own life. Margo Howard, better known as Dear Prudence, then Dear Margo, can testify to that. But before being a syndicated columnist, before writing for national magazines, before becoming an advice maven, Margo was the beloved only child of Jules Lederer, the founder of Budget Rent-a-Car, and Eppie Lederer-known to the world as Ann Landers.
She was from a time and place where young women went to college and then got married. So that is what she did-and not just once.
EAT, DRINK AND REMARRY is the charming and candid memoir of a woman who goes from blushing bride to rice-scarred veteran. With wit, humor and twenty-twenty hindsight she reveals lessons learned from the men in her life. In a no-holds-barred account of the life shes lived there is confirmation that understanding love, and of course people, comes only when were ready, and that sometimes it really is possible to start over and get things just right.
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She returned to her familial roots when she became "Dear Prudence" at Slate. After 8 years she moved to Yahoo News as "Dear Margo. She lives in Cambridge, MA, with Mr. Right 4. Despite her many years of offering relationship advice as a syndicated columnist--not to mention her pedigree as the daughter of the woman the world revered as Ann Landers-- Margo Howard had to walk down the aisle four times before getting it right. Now the outspoken and witty Howard shares the sometimes rueful, always optimistic story of her adventures in pursuit of the perfect mate. Eat Drink and Remarry is the candid, funny no-holds-barred memoir of Howard's enduring belief in marriage as an institution--despite the often contrary evidence of her own experience.
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Above is our midweek inspirational quote to help get you through the rest of your work week. For this Wednesday the divorce attorneys at Brandon Legal Group want to remind their clients that divorce does not have to be all bad. If you are currently going through a tough break up or separation, you may feel like you will never fully recover from the heartache, especially if infidelity was involved. Although your divorce might have knocked you on your feet, it may finally be time to pick yourself back up. Some of our employees and many of our clients are lucky enough to have found love again after their split. They remarry into a better relationship and are so much happier because of it. Do not let your divorce be the end of your happiness or your shot at love.
Perfect, a cardiothoracic surgeon and the official keeper. What it does not mean is that you get everything right in your own life. Eat, Drink and Remarry is the charming and candid memoir of a woman who goes from blushing bride to rice-scarred veteran. By now I was really conflicted. I wanted out of this debilitating marriage, but I had three kids under the age of five and wondered if there was not some last ditch effort I could make to keep things going and manage to stay sane.