Accolades

“Not just another gimicky dating book of Do’s and Don’ts, How to Recognize Your Ex-Husband is a fascinating journey through Debra Weiner’s romantic struggles and the hard-won psychological insights that she gleaned on the way–how to recognize destructive relationship patterns, how to avoid falling into them, and–most importantly–how to get out.  If only I had read it when I was single…”

— Melanie Thernstrom, author of The Pain Chronicles

“This is the book for single women sizing up a man. Debra Weiner has written an encyclopedia all about decoding male behavior. She explains how to recognize trouble, interpret it, and run! It is wonderfully written, wise, and enlightening. You should not leave your single state without it!”

— Margo Howard, “Dear Margo” for Creators Syndicate and www.wowowow.com

“Single women everywhere, listen up! Do not leave for a date without slipping your lipstick and Debra Weiner’s How to Recognize Your Future Ex-Husband into your bag. It’s a veritable dating bible, and I wish I’d had her settle-or-else advice in my pocket 60 dates ago. Weiner deftly dissects dysfunctional men and their relationship patterns with clear and certain language, and tells you exactly when it’s appropriate to run for the hills. She demonstrates how to recognize when you just shouldn’t be that into him and why. Her style is frank, honest and free of cliches— exactly how a book about dating and finding the perfect mate should be.”

— Rachel Machacek, author of The Science of Single: One Woman’s Grand Experiment in Modern Dating, Creating Chemistry, and Finding Love

“One read of Debra Weiner’s How to Recognize Your Future Ex-Husband, will have you leap over an ‘ex,’ and head straight for a prince! A fun and straight-forward format offers sound advice that makes great sense.”

— Laurie Graff, author of You Have to Kiss a Lot of Frogs and The Shiksa Syndrome

“With her warm and engaging prose, Debra Weiner shares personal experiences and thought-provoking commentaries that will help readers to steer clear of that wishy-washy path to Mr. Wrong. Even married couples will benefit by becoming aware of their own potentially-alienating behaviors!”

— Kristin Espinasse, author of Words in a French Life

“Debra is wise, witty, and perceptive, with an unerring b.s. detector. Where was she when I was deciding who to marry, and (disastrously) what to let slide? Let this book be your eyes when you find yourself blinded by love.”

— Candace Walsh, editor, Ask Me About My Divorce: Women Open Up About Moving On

 “Most of us who have gone through divorce can tell you the exact moment—sometimes even on the first date—when the first warning signs, we later realized, signaled trouble.  But either due to infatuation, lust, or simple wishful thinking, few of us paid heed.  Debra Weiner has brilliantly transformed this typical truism into a savvy and insightful guide for anyone moving forward in a relationship while wishing to remain clear-headed. This is neither a blanket indictment of marriage, nor a diatribe against men. While applauding our human need for love and attachment, Ms. Weiner also at times reassures that what may appear to be a danger sign can be simply one of the normal glitches that appear in even the best of marriages.  How To Recognize Your Ex-Husband distinguishes between the two; it is an essential guide for anyone contemplating the big leap.”

—Jessica Bram, Author of Happily Ever After Divorce: Notes of a Joyful Journey

How to Recognize Your Future Ex-Husband is a girl’s go-to guide for choosing healthy, lasting relationships. With wit and wisdom, Debra Weiner provides a treasure chest of strategies for finding Mr. Right— without losing yourself. A must-read for women of all ages.”

— Irene Vitale, founder and editor, www.girlsTalk.com

“Debra Weiner’s book will help even the savviest of daters. Get ready to have your eyes opened.”

— Margot Leitman, Comedian, Actress, Writer