In a collection of essays, Ada Calhoun combines her own personal experience with the advice of experts and friends to explore the trials of marriage and the key to staying married.
Ada Calhoun’s narrative voice is fantastic. She’s witty and very likeable, and very very real. Her tales of married life are amusing and honest, and her commentary is insightful. Basically, I want to be her friend. Her relationship with Neal sounds great – they seem like an entertaining couple – but she doesn’t hesitate to share that, like everyone else, they too have problems. Looking at cases of infidelity, temptation, changing and fighting, this is a clever and humorous exploration into marriage and an answer to the big question: how do you stay married?
The answer: Don’t get divorced.