Tag Archives | Iris Krasnow

If Your Spouse is Driving You Crazy Right Now, You’re Not the Only One

“There have been many junctures where we were ready to bail,” writes Iris Krasnow in Surrendering to Marriage: Husbands, Wives and Other Imperfections. It seems to happen every December actually, when we are swirling through the holiday madness and thrust into our own childhood memories of Hanukkah and Christmas and being safe and loved by […]

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All the Single Ladies

You’ve got to read this great Atlantic article by Kate Bolick, “All the Single Ladies.” A reader sent it to me, and wow, was I glad she did. I debated trying to rip the thing apart, but with my current slow-mo brain, that would probably take me three to four months to tackle.  Which would […]

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The Fine Line Between Marriage and Divorce

Whoa–I just read an interesting Huffington Post piece by Iris Krasnow, author of The Secret Lives of Wives: Women Share What it Really Takes to Stay Married. In “The Fine Line Between Marriage and Divorce,” Krasnow reveals that most married women contemplate divorce “if not weekly, at least once a month.” Damn. And it’s not […]

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