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My wife added this book to our collective reading material. When I asked her what she thought, she said she quit reading it. My wife is an educated woman with a college degree and a good judge of many things. After seeing the title and reading the books description I was curious why she felt this way. Now that I have read the entire book I understand.
Ms. Iovine's choice of vocabulary and sarcasm does not come off as humorous but more like she has a chip on her shoulder. You get the impression that doctors and nurses are incompetent degenerates. It reduces the fathers role into nothing more than an insensitive, incapable neanderthal, whose only positive attributes are during conception. She tries to empower pregnant women with a crude almost paganistic sense of selfishness. The advice given seems to come from Ms. Iovine's own collection of negative experiences.
In the book the author advises not to breast feed your child due to how it will make your nipples look. If you choose not to breast feed - that's fine - that's every mother's choice, but for christ sake do it for some other reason than the fear of your nipple's appearance. This shallow vanity is on every page. Words like "Fat" and "Ugly" are always paired together throughout the book.
If you are a pregnant woman looking for an excuse to go on a nine month self indulged power trip, you will enjoy the book. There were a few crumbs of information but nothing you wont read 101 times elsewhere.
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