Inside this book, these women feel the power and strength that resides from their Jewish heritage. They also reveal TRUE LIFE stories of the past and how they grew up, the lessons they were able to learn from them, use in everyday life, pass them on for further generations and, truly see the value of a Jewish mother. For Jill, she also treads lightly into how it was 'The Real Housewives Of New York City' all came to be.
|The Real Housewives Of NYC|
Reciting TRUE and HONEST stories, all 3 ladies tell how all these lessons came to be - a lesson learned. Beginning w/ friendship (money issues, forgiveness, criticism and more) How many issues can affect a friendship.
There is also the somewhat overlooked, but YES! IT IS SOMETIMES THERE dating snafu of candidates who fashion themselves in VANITY! Remember that "there's only one peacock to a couple" (some people will know what I'm personally talking about!)
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As far as it goes w/ marriage, they range from husbands and secrets, as well as money ownership. When it comes to fighting, remember the "Five Minutes Of Understanding" on page 158.
|Jill & Lisa|
|Jill, Allyson and Bobby|
The only chapter I REALLY DID NOT LIKE NOR ENJOY was the chapter entitled 'Beauty & Health' for reasons that seem ENTIRELY degrading to one's own self. What I can say is this: "The thing that you'd change about yourself the most is the thing that makes you the most unique!"
When it comes to whatever sticky situation for/from your child whether they're grateful for it in ANY WAY: Remember this - You do what you have to do for your kid, NO MATTER @ WHAT THE PRICE! But, I am sorry and I do apologize wholeheartedly to kids today because of them having "parents" around in this generation who would rather honestly party than parent.
But in a final closing of this book, they all put a stamp and meaning for all Jewish superstitions and their meanings.
Here's MY opinion:
This book just goes to show that you remember who you are and remember where it is that you come from and what meaning does that have on you?