Read Sascha Rothchild's posts on the Penguin Blog. A hilarious memoir about the ending of a marriage that should have lasted forever-or at least for five years. It's an age-old story. Girl meets boy. Girl marries boy. Girl decides she is way too young to be stuck in nuptial mediocrity. When Sascha realized that the one person she didn't want at her thirtieth birthday party was her husband, she knew that it was time for the relationship to end. So, like the hordes of others of her generation for whom starter marriages are as common as Louis Vuitton knock-offs and $5 Starbucks lattes, they got divorced. With wit, moxie, and honesty, Sascha spills about the horrible ex-boyfriends, awkward dates, drugs, a near-death experience, and memories of growing up in an unconventional household that led to her short-lived marriage. A story of love, loss, a flat-screen TV named Ruby, and plenty of misguided decisions, How to Get Divorced by 30 is a hysterical look at what exactly qTil death do us partq means today. Watch a VideoBut when I slowly gained weight back with Jeff it was ahappy in love, feeling safe, and not needing to impress anyone elsea weight ... But because I was still stuck in my aget them while you cana childhood frame of mind, for me it was no cookies or all the cookies ... It was a note from Jeff and all that was on it was a smiley face.
|Title||:||How to Get Divorced by 30|
|Publisher||:||Penguin - 2010-01-26|