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This blog page has been launched to promote femininity and female empowerment, and to raise visibility of Fascinating Womanhood: an international femininity movement and guide to help women make their marriage into a lifelong love affair in the bestselling book written by Helen B. Andelin.  

Fascinating Womanhood Success Story - He Didn’t Recognize Me

Richard Forsyth

~ Anonymous Reader Submission

   “Fascinating Womanhood is so foreign to my nature that it was difficult to apply. I’m loud, obnoxious, and dominating. My husband and I separated. Now I see why. Then I didn’t. The children were the ones who suffered most. I have a teenager who was absolutely crushed by it. My husband left for another woman, left his job, everything for her. I couldn’t understand it.

   Then a friend gave me Fascinating Womanhood to read. I let my hair grow, let my nails grow, lost twenty pounds, and bought dresses. I’d always been heavy with short, slicked, black-brown hair. I went from a fourteen to a perfect size nine. I bleached my hair like it was when I was young and got a new feminine hairstyle.

   When my husband came to visit he didn’t even recognize me. The children and I applied Fascinating Womanhood. The funny part is that everything I said was the truth. I hadn’t realized what I had. He really is a marvelous man. I just never told him that before.

   The other woman—he gave her up in a week. He has never needed her since. We are very happy and so are the children. Fascinating Womanhood has saved so many lives. I also think my husband’s life is much improved, and I have really benefited.

   I quit work so we could have more time together. I don’t know any knowledge that can change a person’s life so much, can cause so much happiness for so many. I want to thank the author. I owe her so much”.