Anyone we might marry could, of course, be a little bit wrong for us. We know that perfection is not reality. Nevertheless, errors of deep-seated incompatibility in married couples seem to occur with appalling ease and regularity.
This entertainingly informative collection of essays examines the reasons why―and then suggests a new approach to marriage. The time has come to bury the Romantic intuition-based view of marriage and learn to practice and rehearse marriage as one would ice-skating or violin playing, activities no more deserving of systematic periods of instruction.