FIRST PERSON SINGULAR: Living the Good Life Alone by Stephen M. Johnson

FIRST PERSON SINGULAR: Living the Good Life Alone

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Something for recently divorced or still-married-but-itchy folks Who need somebody else to help them sort out their priorities. Johnson, himself divorced and a psychologist to boot, doles out advice that consists, principally, of getting out of the house more (for women), and staying in more and learning to cook (for men). He suggests that what is needed is a list, headed ""Autonomous-Adulthood Learning Priorities""--for goodness sake don't leave out the hyphen--with items like cooking, housekeeping, wardrobe management, and making other sex-friends graded on it in importance from A to C. Let's give this one a D.

Pub Date: May 5th, 1977
Publisher: Lippincott