THE DIVORCEE'S HANDBOOK by Louise Rohner

THE DIVORCEE'S HANDBOOK

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Not intended to compete with anything more scientific or sociological--say most recently Morton Hunt's The World of the Formerly Married (p. 1039) this is strictly a behavioral guide at the Ann Landers level. Programming the divorcee's life with a busy bee efficiency (every divorcee should work; start at home aligning your kitchen and menage; plan your time and your money; groom your wardrobe, even for the contingency of a polo match or a yachting weekend); read; etc. this also will take you through stickier social situations (your old husband; your new ""beau""; your circle of friends) with a good deal of astringent advice. This madame-ex has been there and bases what is essentially a practical code of conduct on her own and others' experience.

Pub Date: Jan. 27th, 1966
Publisher: Doubleday