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The roles for men and women are shockingly extreme, almost sexist. It gives instructions on how to make a can of soup,
for pete's sake. Were husbands in the 1970s really that helpless in the kitchen? The cooking instructions are as basic
as they get, I think a 15 year old today would know these things. Also, some of the recipes sound gross, as other reviewers
have said, and Tuna Chowder sounds like it would actually bring on morning sickness. As far as the text, it is basic,
common sense information, like don't make scrambled eggs when your wife has morning sickness, outdated irrelevant information,
like talk about the other fathers in the waiting room, making sure you have enough quarters for a pay phone, etc, and tons
of corny lame humor as filler. It is so old and corny it annoyed me. An up to date, more comprehensive book on the subject is
"The Expectant Father" by Armin A. Brott and Jennifer Ash. I would recommend looking through "How to Be..." only out of
curiosity on how dated it is, not something to be taken seriously. Try to find it at the local library, don't spend money on it.
A more entertaining look at the past is an episode of "Mad Men".
As a first book I recommend it because it's a light read, but I definitely recommend reading MORE books :)
I found most of what was advised here to be dated and not all that useful given the changing roles in modern America. Most men do not need to read hints on how to make canned soup and the recipe for "Tuna Chowder" made my wife's stomach churn when I read it out loud. The entire chapter on what to do while in the waiting room seems superfluous in contemporary society where the husband accompanies his wife during the delivery.
There are some good words of wisdom peppered through the 1950s mentality though. Let your wife know you love her and that she's attractive. Get involved with the process right from the start and... and.....
Sorry. That's about all I could glean from this thing. I just saved you ten bucks.
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