BOOK REVIEW: 10 things single women can learn from divorced women

I am reading this amazing book on divorce called, Ask me about my divorce women open up about moving on edited by Candace Walsh and published by Seal Press (her press agent sent it to us to see if we wanted to do a review of it) and I have to tell you, even though I’m only up to page 106 of a book that is about 266 pages long, and I have to tell you, as a single woman, I’m really starting to see there are some important lessons that single women can learn from divorcées.
Here are ten (plus two bonuses):
1) Marriage is not all it’s cracked up to be.
2) Freedom is priceless
3) Independence is priceless
4) Better to be alone and lonely than married and lonely
5) Being single is a blessing in disguise a lot of the times.
6) Great sex alone can’t a marriage make
7) you can be a single parent and both you and the kids can and will survive and even thrive.
8) The wrong spouse can set you back YEARS!
9) One ought never to sacrifice one’s true self just to get married. It’s going to backfire eventually.
10) The best and quickest way to get over a bad marriage is to get out of it.
11) Divorce is not the worse thing that could  happen to a person (but a bad marriage very well could be)
12) Divorce can  really inspire great art and great writing and great re-incarnations.