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I Lost Everything in the Post-Natal Depression

by Erma Bombeck

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0345467590, Paperback)

Erma Bombeck has learned a few things about children and family over the years--and in a way that is uniquely and wonderfully her own, she shares everything she knows with her readers. Whether it's cleaning up after the kids and him, or expendable mothers-in-law, Erma Bombeck gets to the heart of the matter and makes us laugh through our tears.

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Displaying spirited insight, Erma exposes threats to the most stable contemporary marriage. She reveals what happens when a wife puts a dent in "his" car, couples cook together, and a woman expects romance from her worn out husband.

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