Happiness in marriage is a moment-by-moment choice. Our community of love and creativity grows thanks to inspired hearts likes yours. Happy Wives Club reassures us that marriages do and can work. She also recommends a book called The Surrendered Wife. It turns out great marriages are all around us—when we look for them.
The Happy Wives Club was established. Everywhere she looked, Fawn saw negative portrayals of marriage dominating the airwaves and dooming everyone to failure. This book is awesome and if you can just keep the naysayers out of your ears you'll be just fine! Dancing at Our 10-Year Vow Renewal With this thought in mind, I set out on a mission. Well, Fawn is a happy wive and she was troubled by the overwhelming negative view people and the media have about marriage. Too much of the book is spent on what Fawn wore, or ate, or what felt to me, snide commentary on the things that didn't live up to her ex Not what I was hoping for.
There's definitely some wonderful, solid advice about how married couples can stay that way for life. I received a copy of this book to facilitate my review. Not only did I feel like I was seeing the places she was seeing, I also felt like I was meeting the people she met. Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book through Thomas Nelson Publishing Company and Book Sneeze and Booklook Bloggers. In an age of seemingly constant attacks on marriage today, this book was a wonderful breath of fresh air.
Maybe it was divorce rate reports on the evening news, The Real Housewives of Orange County, or any daytime talk show where husbands and wives dramatically reveal their betrayals. Thank you Fawn Weaver for having the inspiration and insight to write this book and start the Happy Wives Club! The way you think about things is different. . Have interests separate from your partner and your marriage 9. So I liked that and I liked the entries I read and when I saw that this book was available for 99 cents, I had to buy it. Thank you Thomas Nelson for allowing me to review it! Happy Wives Club is Fawns journey across the world to meet her friends and discover what makes their marriages great. The book includes tastes of her adventures around the world which helped me to appreciate the different women from different cultures! Weaver was frustrated by the constant negative portrayal of marriage in the movies, television shows, the media, etc, so she decided to start a website for women who felt happy in their marriages, and thus Happy Wives Club was birthed.
This book isn't a self-help book. Sappy movies like Steel Magnolias or The Notebook. It certainly doesn't take a trip around the world. Weaver seems like a really nice lady. With each trip, she learns something new about not only the country she's visiting but also the genuinely happy couples who have a deep love, admiration and respect for one another. Hopefully by now you have figured out that we are H. Some of the stories include the husbands perspectives as well.
I enjoyed traveling around the world with her. The interviews with married couples were so random that it left me feeling underwhelmed, to say the least. The media rarely displays a happy wife. Fawn Weaver is on a personal quest of discovery: to figure out what makes a happy marriage. I recommend this book to men, women, married couples and those thinking of marriage. I am a Proud Wife.
The majority of the book talks about the author's travels around the world, the history of the places she visited, the people who drove her around and the food she ate. Don't waste your time, money or energy here. Don't take your spouse and your marriage too serious 7. I am a lover of people. It is so good that you never want it to end? Definitely a good read - I'm glad I read it but this is not one of those books that I will be rereading over and over again. This author does not often flatteringly describe the physical appearance of the other wives—sure, they have sparkling personalities but are more overweight than their internet photographs, for example.
Your partner should also be your best friend 12. California-based wife Fawn Weaver loves everything about being a married woman. She's got a great marriage, but everywhere she goes she's bombarded with messages about how lousy marriage is. Thus The Happy Wives Club was born. The author is very self righteous in her role as the person to judge other relationships and lifestyles. There is very little content about marriage. I'm still so enamored with the idea of where this book could have gone, that I hope someone else decides to do a similar trip.