Tara Parker Pope
Tara Parker-Pope is the founder and editor of The New York Times popular "Well" column. Prior to joining the Times, she was the health columnist for The Wall Street Journal. She was also a correspondent for the Paper's London bureau, and has worked for the Houston Chronicle and Austin American Statesman.
Her work has been published in O Magazine, Reader's Digest, More Magazine and Ladies Home Journal and has been featured on the Today Show, Charlie Rose, CNN, Dateline, CBS Sunday Morning and Good Morning America.
Tara resides in Bucks County, PA with her daughter and a menagerie of dogs and cats.
"The most credible and interesting marital self-help book of all time..."
--Newsweek (read the entire review)
"I wish this book had been around for me to read before I married."
--Sue Shellenbarger, The Wall Street Journal (read the entire review)
"It is pure joy to read a book on so popular a subject as marriage that is not filled with pop-psych platitudes...but rather lets readers come their own conclusions based on solid scientific research...."
--Jane E. Brody, columnist,The New York Times
"...a jam-packed lucid survey...."
--Mehmet Oz, M.D., host of The Dr. Oz Show
"A truly excellent exploration of marriage, written in clear and compelling prose, delighting the reader with surprising observations."
--Jerome Groopman, M.D., author of New York Times bestseller How Doctors Think
"A convincing argument for investing in and improving our marriages."
--The Associated Press
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