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One Big Happy Family
One Big Happy Family: 18 Writers Talk about Polyamory, Open Adoption, Mixed Marriage, Househusbandry, Single Motherhood, and Other Realities of Truly Modern Love | Rebecca Walker
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Evaluates how modern-world circumstances, from gay adoption and absent fathers to open marriages and green-card marriages are changing the domestic scene today.
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EmilyChristine
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What a book. So interesting to read about the different ways people live their lives. Worth the read.

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EmilyChristine
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"It seems to me like neither of you have much respect for the other's life". And following paragraph. #respect #jealousy #admiration

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EmilyChristine
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In this chapter a woman describes giving birth at home. I like what she wrote here.

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EmilyChristine
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Two quotes. One inspiring. One hilarious. 😂

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EmilyChristine
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"When you miss a person...days are less without her."

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EmilyChristine
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"You know what a broken heart looks like? Like a sobbing teenager handing over a two-day-old infant she can't take care of to a couple she hopes can."

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EmilyChristine
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Chapter 2 - woman cannot afford to have a child while her husband is in prison. I like what she said here. "Is my life sacred too?"

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EmilyChristine
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Things have changed a lot in the past few decades.

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EmilyChristine
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I keep seeing this book so decided to finally read it.

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