What No One Tells the Mom: Surviving the Early Years of Parenthood With Your Sanity, Your Sex Life and YourSense of Humor Intact

What No One Tells the Mom: Surviving the Early Years of Parenthood With Your Sanity, Your Sex Life and YourSense of Humor Intact

What No One Tells the Mom Surviving the Early Years of Parenthood With Your Sanity Your Sex Life and YourSense of Humor Intact For women who are convinced that postpartum is Latin for the good times are over What No One Tells the Mom is a lifeline to hope and happiness Marg Stark using her own hard earned wisdom along with a

  • Title: What No One Tells the Mom: Surviving the Early Years of Parenthood With Your Sanity, Your Sex Life and YourSense of Humor Intact
  • Author: Marg Stark
  • ISBN: 9780399530814
  • Page: 141
  • Format: Paperback
  • For women who are convinced that postpartum is Latin for the good times are over, What No One Tells the Mom is a lifeline to hope and happiness Marg Stark using her own hard earned wisdom along with advice from real parents and a range of experts offers coping strategies for the first five, most turbulent years of motherhood New moms will learn how to Resist theFor women who are convinced that postpartum is Latin for the good times are over, What No One Tells the Mom is a lifeline to hope and happiness Marg Stark using her own hard earned wisdom along with advice from real parents and a range of experts offers coping strategies for the first five, most turbulent years of motherhood New moms will learn how to Resist the Supermom myth Bring the zing back to the bedroom Surprising ideas for taming tempers and raging hormones Bring some calm to household chaos Stay at home or back to work how to make it work Tricks and tips for training Dad and not killing him in the process Stamp out stress and savor time with their new family A sanity saving book filled with wit and wisdom, What No One Tells the Mom is the next best thing to having girlfriends, sex experts, and communication gurus on speed dial through this challenging, but ultimately rewarding, time.

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    Very wordy at times and downright depressing, this book delivers a first hand accounts alongside her friends' and strangers' accounts of the problems they encounter throughout motherhood. It's honest and raw, but I really, in the end, liked it. It does not paint the happy picture. But at the same time, it is not entirely brooding. It's realistic and I appreciate that. She speaks about the arguments she had with her husband. She talks candidly about the moms out there that think they are perfect [...]

    This book is currently scaring the everloving sh&% out of mebut I still want to be a mom. This book is basically a compilation of all the negative things I ever thought about motherhood. However, the author manages to avoid all the cutesy, flippant speech normally found in parenting/childbirth books, and her frank honesty about her own experiences keeps me reading. Ok I read it and I think the mom had totally unrealistic expectations about what sort of sacrifices she would have to make as a [...]

    I would give this negative stars if I could. This is about the worst advice I've ever read, and I feel sorry for this author's kids. She thinks nothing of having a tantrum in the middle of the store, kicking her feet and banging her fists on the floor. Really? I'd like a book that tells how to avoid this kind of breakdown. Also, some of her advice includes becoming a swinger because having kids is probably going to change your sex life. So if that means swinging--with either men or women!--then [...]

    This book was a nice surprise and gave me some keen insight to being a mom with 2 kids and not knowing what the hell I am doing half the time! I think this book is a must read for any new parent. To not be so harsh on yourself, and just go with the flow of mommy-hood, and be sure to take some time out for yourself. And not just an hour at the gym every now and then. I liked her insight on marriage and to be creative and to get a sitter and go out on a date with that guy you married.

    Although a bit whiny and over-exaggeratede brings up a few really good pointsd some parts of it are really funny

    The only thing worse than What to Expect was this book. Rash generalizations and worst case scenarios are not what pregnant women need to read!

    What a negative book! Not getting me excited for motherhood that's for sure. I am not going to finish it.

    one day i'm gonna get me a copy of this one. why i haven't read this book before having kids is beyond me.

    Liked how this mom emphasizes cutting moms some slack and letting go of perfectionism. Disagreed with some of the marriage advice like accepting a boring marriage.

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