A "Real" Man's Guide to Divorce is a humorous look at divorce from an admittedly one-sided perspective. Author Joe Perrone Jr exposes the myths and fallacies of this most painful experience in a light-hearted manner that will leave you in stitches. A bit of good advice and a heavy dose of laughter make A "Real" Man's Gude to Divorce a "must read" for every man headed downA "Real" Man's Guide to Divorce is a humorous look at divorce from an admittedly one-sided perspective. Author Joe Perrone Jr exposes the myths and fallacies of this most painful experience in a light-hearted manner that will leave you in stitches. A bit of good advice and a heavy dose of laughter make A "Real" Man's Gude to Divorce a "must read" for every man headed down the road to marital division!...
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A "Real" Man's Guide to Divorce: ("First, You Bend Over And...") Reviews
Honey, let's be reasonable.This is a great read for the thinking of being engaged, getting engaged, married and lastly on the way out the door man. Yep, I went through my own many moons ago, but it was so much easier than what he describes. I evicted my ex-wife-to-be with her boyfriend who wasn't paying rent. At least he could have left beer money as a token of his appreciation. Seriously, we had a company, land and 3.33 children. I kept a log for sixty days detailing how many times she spent time with the kids. In the end, the case was handled swiftly. She abandoned the kids. I got the land, the kids, the company, paid her a pitiful two grand and turned over the keys to the Ford Econovan I just paid off. Talk about an easy out. That was it. Didn't even have to go before judge for he final decree. Talk about lucky. However, I know some who weren't so lucky and paid a heavy price for trying to be nice. There is nothing nice or pleasant about divorce, more like, how can you reduce the pain and survive.Is there are a lot humor in the book? Yes. Is it warranted? Yes. Is divorce serious? You better believe it. We will recover and move with our lives (because we have to) and forget the past, our children won't. It took mine almost ten years to reconcile the divorce was a good move on my part, but it didn't lesson their pain anymore. Take heed when the author addresses this topic and instructs us the do's and don'ts around the children. We only get on shot at raising our kids and molding their minds. There are no redo's.One last thought guys, if you plan on skimping and looking for the bargain basement deal in attorney land, ask yourself one question, "Do you want your heart surgery performed by the lowest bidder?"Excellent work Mr. Perrone.
The truth hurts - and sometimes it makes us cry laughing - as is the case in Joe Perrone Jr.'s A "Real" Man's Guide to Divorce. Written as a guide for the many men who are going through the almost-statistically-inevitable rite of passage, Perrone approaches the topic with eyes wide open, wallet wide open - and often times other things wide open - giving the realistic male perspective on the process that begins after the husband has already left, (or has been pushed), out the backdoor. The author paints an all-too-honest picture of the emotional, financial, and logistical sides of the subject with a brush dipped in experience, wisdom, and a sense of humor that page after page will have the reader holding his sides. Written masterfully and with the audience fully in mind, only Perrone knows how to make the candidly gruff male language, which makes the book so entertaining, still sound as eloquent as verse. Five stars for an informative, and hysterical, read!
I read this book during my separation and eventual divorce. It was very helpful and I recommend it highly.