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Marry Smart

Why Susan Patton's Advice to Get a "MRS Degree" Is As Wrong As Her Math

Christina Pesoli | Posted 06.02.2014 | Women
Christina Pesoli

Telling young women that they should choose a husband while in college because you can't swing a backpack there without hitting a guy is like wanting babies to pick a car when they're infants simply because at no other time in their lives will so many people hand them car keys to play with.

Susan Patton's 'Marry Smart' -- An Idea Whose Time Has Passed

Cynthia Dagnal-Myron | Posted 05.31.2014 | Women
Cynthia Dagnal-Myron

You have to complete yourself, is what I learned. And if you do, you may find that a husband isn't all that necessary. I regret not having one when the car gets cranky or the toilet backs up or something but otherwise... nah. I'm good.

Marry Smart...or DIE!

Alyssa Wolff and Alison Leiby | Posted 05.18.2014 | Comedy
Alyssa Wolff and Alison Leiby

At the age of 22, if a woman has a college degree, but no husband OR child, her chance of dying alone increases to approximately 87%. If by 30, this woman still hasn't managed to land a man, she might as well kill herself. I mean, seriously.

Hunting for a Husband: Does the Princeton Mother Know Best?

Jess Carbino | Posted 05.18.2014 | Women
Jess Carbino

By having more experiences with different partners, young women can make more informed choices about what they want from a romantic partner. Choosing a husband later may be especially beneficial because most young people have yet to fully form their own identities.