Lori Gottlieb planned to hold out on marriage until she found Mr. Right. But as she reached age 40 and found the pool of eligible men get increasingly narrow, Gottlieb wondered if she should reevaluate her criteria for a suitable partner. Instead of looking for her “type,” she considered looking foremost for a man who would be a good husband and father. In researching her book, Gottlieb consulted behavioral and social researchers, the clergy, and couples therapists, and decided that instead of trying to find the elusive Prince Charming, she should look for Mr. Good Enough. Gottlieb joins Larry Mantle to present her case.
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