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The F Word

Kelly Bare

ISBN 9780806536101
Publish Date 3/27/2012
Format ePub
Categories Non Fiction Self Help

"Cancel your subscription to that bridal magazine! The F Word is the perfect marriage of personal insight and original advice you'll actually use." --Hilary Black, Editor in Chief, Tango Magazine

“With humor and warmth, Kelly Bare's book helps couples bypass the pressures of planning a wedding without sacrificing the romance. --Susan Piver Author, The Hard Questions: 100 Essential Questions to Ask Before You Say "I Do."

He Asked! You Said Yes! So…Now What?

The moment you get engaged is one you’ll never forget, as you begin your journey on an obstacle-free path to decades of wedded bliss. Right? Not necessarily. That one little question can spawn a one of big questions. Kelly Bare has been there. In The F Word, she shares first hand experiences of navigating the premarital minefield, providing reassuring and helpful information that will help you worry less about what a bride is supposed to be, and more about who you really are:

How fighting can be good for you
Why everyone in your family—and his—is acting like a lunatic
Why etiquette truly is important
When—and how—to arrange a “meet the parents” get-together
Alternatives to cringe-worthy bachelorette parties
The real scoop on how to register for gifts
How to let go of perfection and plan a wedding that's really "you"
Why marriage education classes could be the best investment you ever make

Whether you're recently engaged, planning your wedding or preparing to take your relationship to a new level, The F Word will help you get from ”I Will” to “I Do” with your relationship—and your sanity—intact.

"A poignant, candid memoir. Brides-to-be will find a true friend here with Kelly Bare." --Rachel Greenwald, author of the New York Times Bestseller Find a Husband After 35 Using What I Learned at Harvard Business School."

Kelly Bare is a writer and editor in New York City. This is her first book.

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