GETTING ALONG TOGETHER by Marjorie D. Kern

GETTING ALONG TOGETHER

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A commonsense treatise for husbands and wives which makes no attempt to ape the semi-humorous, smart treatment of such books as Live Alone and Like It, but which should appeal to people who confidently expect self help from the written word. The author treats the subject of marriage from the angle of a business proposition which can be met through thorough understanding of the problems involved in both the male and female psychology, through facing difficulties of adjustment and necessity of compromise, through better appreciation of the differing problems of sex. She goes into such things as money matters, the job, in-laws, children, etc.

Pub Date: Jan. 12th, 1938
Publisher: McBride