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Reece writes with wicked humor and down-to-earth wit about how she handles the sometimes mind-numbing details of domestic life, and she turns the notion that women can “have it all” on its head. As Gabby dismantles the notion of happily ever after, she gives readers plenty of concrete takeaways about how to deal. She underscores the notion that you have to make yourself happy before you can make anyone else happy.
My Foot Is Too Big for the Glass Slipper is an irresistible, hilarious, and helpful portrait of the humor, grace, and humility it really takes to stay sane given the challenges of being a modern wife and mother.
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By Bookish420 on 04-24-13
Much more relevant than I imagined
Would you recommend this book to a friend? Why or why not?
My friends, married, single, moms or not, can always benefit from such candor.
What did you like best about this story?
I love being proved foolish and narrow. I allowed myself to scoff at the prospect of a financially comfortable, beautiful woman living in paradise knowing what it means to devote yourself to a man and children, while scratching and clawing to retain your own identity, but Gabrielle shut that train of thought down right away.
What does Gabrielle Reece and Karen Karbo bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
Reece has a recognizable voice, and it simply wouldn't do to substitute my own inner one, plus for the above reasons, she becomes an instant girls-night pal.
Any additional comments?
Do yourself a favor and look beyond the hype about the "submissive" part. It's not anywhere near what you've heard.
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