HOW TO SURVIVE YOUR HUSBAND'S HEART ATTACK: How Both of You Can Put Your Lives Back Together by Jane & Joann Stichman Schoenberg

HOW TO SURVIVE YOUR HUSBAND'S HEART ATTACK: How Both of You Can Put Your Lives Back Together

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KIRKUS REVIEW

In a polysuperclaustrosaturated season of heart books -- there are other aggravations here over and above the heart-to-""Heart Wife"" chitchattiness which prevails -- much of the material is badly organized as if Mrs. Schoenberg didn't quite know what Mrs. Stichman had said earlier Overlooking all that, there will probably be other Heart Wives who will find advice which will tell you how to live together so that he can stay alive longer: from the practical (diet to insurance to visitors to the intercom you will want to have) to the more broadly therapeutic (not too much coddling or crippling or nagging -- all tension factors in a tension disease). Not that other causes are scanted here. And while the authors believe firmly in following the doctor's regimen, they'll help you to apply it in household terms.

Pub Date: June 14th, 1974
Publisher: McKay