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Lessons I've Learned Paperback – 29 Jun 2017
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It's a bit like children really. You may think your own children are fabulous and funny but the rest of the world probably sees them as an irritation. Hearing about someone else's marriage is a bit cringeworthy and felt like some of the less honest sections of the book.
Update - Isn't it really interesting that the marriage section felt so irritating when shortly afterwards they split up? Perhaps in retrospect she should rerelease this book without that section as there was a reason the advice felt disingenuous.