50 Reasons Not to Have Kids: And What to Do If You Have Them Anyway

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  1. 2 of 4 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    A Must Read for anyone considering raising a family -or already has one!, August 27, 2007
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    Denise Richardson (Hollywood, FL) –
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    Joe discovered that raising children was more challenging, emotionally draining, and required a lot more skills than most jobs, businesses or careers. During his kids teenage years Joe says he chose stand up comedy (over Prozac) to keep his sanity. This book is a candid, insightful and a fun read. His compelling story should be required reading in school! A must read by anyone who is thinking of starting a family -or already has one. Joe’s honesty is refreshing and relatable to those of us parents who know that all too often the long & expensive road from cradle to college, can be filled with surprises…and they are not always pleasant. Buy this book -laugh and learn -you will be glad you did! Give Me Back My Credit!

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  2. Denise Richardson
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    Entertaining, November 30, 2008
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    LB “LB” (California) –

    My Husband and I read this book together. In the midts of reading it we had many discussions/debates as well as laughs. I found this book to be intersting, enlightening and entertaining. It’s well writen and commical.

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  3. Margaret A. Wills
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    50 Reasons, July 16, 2007
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    Margaret A. Wills (Finksburg, MD) –
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    Loved the book and couldn’t put it down. Don’t let the title fool you–it’s full of great advice to prepare you for having kids. Should be required reading for high school kids.

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