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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.  

I Decided Never to Marry

Richard Forsyth

~ By an Anonymous Contributor

   I grew up in an unhappy family. Mom and Dad were always fighting. Many nights I cried myself to sleep, hoping and praying they would stop fighting and love each other. As a result of my parents’ unhappy marriage, I decided that I would never marry. I knew I didn’t have the knowledge necessary for a successful, happy marriage, and I didn’t want another child to live in the battlegrounds as I had.

   One day about two years ago, I changed my mind about marriage and about men’s and women’s roles in life. After years of doing everything I could to discourage boyfriends, I began encouraging them. I stopped competing with men and became more feminine. I even changed my college major to one more suitable for my new feminine self. I was happier than I had ever been. I was in love with life.

   What brought about this change? A wonderfully perceptive roommate saw what was wrong with my attitude about life and gave her copy of Fascinating Womanhood to read. I still have to work hard and there are things I forget, but the last year has been the happiest of my life. I have been married about a year to the world’s most perfect husband. I wonder how I get thought I couldn’t make a marriage work. Thank you with all my heart. Fascinating Womanhood has given me my most prized possession—a happy, contented husband.

   As for Mom and Dad, your book is helping them have a happier marriage too. Mom has read Fascinating Womanhood and is working hard to get her marriage working right. Last night Daddy bought her a new stove that she had mentioned she’d like to have. The change in this marriage makes me thrill. May God bless you and may Fascinating Womanhood come into the hands of every woman in the world.I Decided Never to Marry

   I grew up in an unhappy family. Mom and Dad were always fighting. Many nights I cried myself to sleep, hoping and praying they would stop fighting and love each other. As a result of my parents’ unhappy marriage, I decided that I would never marry. I knew I didn’t have the knowledge necessary for a successful, happy marriage, and I didn’t want another child to live in the battlegrounds as I had.

   One day about two years ago, I changed my mind about marriage and about men’s and women’s roles in life. After years of doing everything I could to discourage boyfriends, I began encouraging them. I stopped competing with men and became more feminine. I even changed my college major to one more suitable for my new feminine self. I was happier than I had ever been. I was in love with life.

   What brought about this change? A wonderfully perceptive roommate saw what was wrong with my attitude about life and gave her copy of Fascinating Womanhood to read. I still have to work hard and there are things I forget, but the last year has been the happiest of my life. I have been married about a year to the world’s most perfect husband. I wonder how I get thought I couldn’t make a marriage work. Thank you with all my heart.

   Fascinating Womanhood has given me my most prized possession—a happy, contented husband.

   As for Mom and Dad, your book is helping them have a happier marriage too. Mom has read Fascinating Womanhood and is working hard to get her marriage working right. Last night Daddy bought her a new stove that she had mentioned she’d like to have. The change in this marriage makes me thrill. May God bless you and may Fascinating Womanhood come into the hands of every woman in the world.