por Gilbert, Elizabeth

'Committed' tells the story of one woman's efforts--through contemplation, historical study, and extensive conversation with every soul she encountered along the way--to make peace with marriage before she entered its estate once again. Told with Gilbert's trademark wit, intelligence, and compassion, the book attempts to 'turn on all the lights' when it comes to matrimony, frankly examining questions of compatibility, infatuation, fidelity, family traditionk social expectations, divorce risks, and bumbling responsibilities. Myths are debunked, fears are unthreaded, historical perspectives is sought, and romantic fantasies are exchanged for vital emotional compromises. In the end, the book becomes a kind of celebration of love--with all the complexity and consequence that real love, in the real world, will always entail.

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