Susan Kelley writes a hilarious memoir of one couple’s 16-year romp living, working and playing in the artistic treasure house of the Western world. In delightful and always-surprising chapters, she relates the compelling adventures of a writer and artist finding their true path in life while encountering a cast of unforgettable characters, ranging from the endearing residents of Florence to a consecrated nun, Italian royalty, a legendary rock star and, of course, the indomitable “Ciao Pussy.”
Kelley turns her attention to more personal matters: her own experiences as a writer and relationship expert (including an appearance on Oprah); a trip to an AC/DC concert in Paris; living as an ex-pat in Florence, Italy; marriage to a well-known painter; mother-and grandmotherhood and the trevails of aging in a youth-oriented culture. The result is I Oprahed, a collection of loosely linked essays that feature her trademark hilarity and empathy.
Finally, some great news about remarriage: It can and does work. To help women successfully make a second union last, Susan Kelley — happily remarried for fifteen years herself — now provides the essential guidance needed to face and solve common challenges and avoid past mistakes. Filled with expert wisdom from therapists and matrimonial lawyers, and based on information, anecdotes, and examples obtained from more than 1,000 happily remarried men and women, her refreshingly upbeat and practical book offers a clear roadmap to marital bliss — to making that second I do fulfilling and enduring.
If you want your relationship to last-in spite of the outside temptations, changing expectations, and just plain boredom that destroy many marriages and other long-term relationships-you need to understand how men think and why they act the way they do.
Men explain what it takes to turn a casual relationship into the love of a lifetime. Based on a survey of over 1000 men who reveal their true thoughts and feelings about women, love, sex and marriage.
A send-up of rules for the “liberated” and feminist myths in the 1980s.