Find a husband in college
Princeton University alumna Susan Patton defended her call for women students to marry before they graduate during a talk on campus on April 18, She is preparing to release a new book on dating and marriage. Oren Fliegelman. PRINCETON — A Princeton University graduate who made headlines last year with a letter advising female students to find a husband in college will release a new book next week offering more advice on dating and marriage. Susan Patton, a Princeton graduate, is scheduled to launch her new book March 11, the Daily Princetonian reports.
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Princeton University alumna Susan Patton defended her call for women students to marry before they graduate during a talk on campus on April 18, She is preparing to release a new book on dating and marriage.
Oren Fliegelman. PRINCETON — A Princeton University graduate who made headlines last year with a letter advising female students to find a husband in college will release a new book next week offering more advice on dating and marriage. Susan Patton, a Princeton graduate, is scheduled to launch her new book March 11, the Daily Princetonian reports. The book, titled "Marry Smart: Advice for Finding the One," was inspired by the national attention Patton received when she published a letter in the Princeton's school newspaper last March recommending women find someone to marry while attending college.
Patton says women should look for a husband while they have access to a large number of intelligent, available men in college. She also addresses parents, feminists and other critics who dismissed her letter to Princeton's school newspaper last year as sexist and outdated.
Patton says women need to be aggressive in searching for a spouse in college because they have a limited amount of time to have children. She advises women to search for husbands with good academic credentials. She offers harsh criticism of women who wait to marry, calling year-old single women "spinsters-in-training" who will live in disappointment if they don't have families.
She also advises women to pay more attention to their appearance and invest in weight-loss surgery if they are overweight. Women should also be less promiscuous in college and should accept the consequences if they dress provocatively, drink alcohol and go to a man's room, she writes. Patton, who is divorced and lives in New York, works as a professional executive coach and is the mother of two sons who also attended Princeton.
Last year, she said she was inspired to write her letter to Princeton's student newspaper after attending a discussion on women and leadership with top Princeton leaders. Note to readers: if you purchase something through one of our affiliate links we may earn a commission. All rights reserved About Us. The material on this site may not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with the prior written permission of Advance Local.
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Finding A Husband In College
Last weekend, I went to visit my Grandma for the Easter holiday. In those two days together, Grandma dispensed everything from baked goods to old photos to sage advice. It's not like it was. You're so young.
My best friend even paid her own way by being a waitress in the summers and cleaning bathrooms during the school year. My friend could have never just cleaned bathrooms and been a waitress during the summers to pay off this kind of debt. Since colleges are so expensive now, should young godly women have their parents go into debt in hopes of finding a husband? Out of all my friends that attended Westmont College, only a handful found their husbands there. Debt is a negative thing according to the Word.
The Transformed Wife
Every girl has the same idea in her head. You see a cute guy from across the room, you make eye contact, and he's already planning in his head the way he's going to propose to you, just like you're already planning the wedding in your head. You talk, he makes you laugh, you have everything in common. He gets your number and a few days later he asks you out on a real date. He shows up with flowers, and takes you somewhere nice, and treats you like a princess for the night. You date for a year or two, and one special day he asks you to marry him. You get to spend the rest of your life with the man of your dreams.
Should you go to college for Mrs. degree? Princeton Mom weighs in
Chat with us in Facebook Messenger. Find out what's happening in the world as it unfolds. More Videos Princeton mom: Find husband on campus After all, her letter to the "Daily Princetonian" last year, which went viral, outraged many women, myself included, with its message that a woman should find a husband on campus before she graduates.
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Top 10 Weird Rules Women Must Follow To Find A Husband
In it Birger applies economic rules to the business of dating. You may think that romance and economics should be separate and that money should not play a part in love. Well, you might well be right, but only up to a certain extent.
Top definition. MRS Degree college. A marriage as a result of attending a 4-year university with the soul purpose of getting married and consequently not completing college. The attending of college, usually a 4-year university of moderate to high prestige , to get married to avoid independence or responsibility. To go from one's parent's home to the home of a spouse with out ever achieving emotional or financial independence , or academic success. Betsy got her MRS degree from State.
Was I Supposed To Find My Husband In College?
I am almost at Two degrees later with a job and a growing brand, I find myself at a standstill when it comes to finding love. I often meet a lot of guys who seem nice at first, but then it always ends in them not being ready or just flaky. Was I supposed to find a husband while I was in college? I knew people and people knew me.
Marriage Material Find out which colleges produces the best husbands. But a new report suggests that the number of couples who meet in college is lower than ever…so from where are the solid marriage-material types graduating? Get ready to get schooled on which U. Then, we compared those lists with PayScale. Begin slideshow.
Ladies, take my advice: College is your best bet for finding a husband
Women in college should aggressively hunt for a husband, Princeton alum advises in new book