Editorial Reviews. From Library Journal. This breezy memoir chronicles how actress Feldon (Agent 99 from Get Smart) found herself alone after a divorce and . Living Alone and Loving it by Barbara Feldon, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. In the first, second and third parts of this interview series with Barbara Feldon, the actress discussed her role as Agent 99 on Get Smart.

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I continued my ambivalence about solitude though college; though I envied girls with private rooms, I was relieved lovng having the company of roommates. Barbara found herself living alone after having a man in her life for many years. This was an amazing read.

Prescribing antidotes for loneliness, salves for fears, and answers for just about every question that arises in an unpartnered day, she covers both the practical and emotional aspects of the solo life, including how to: You are commenting using your Facebook account. It taught me that being alone is not lonely; rather, a chance to connect and to take responsibility for myself.

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There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Nov 29, Jen rated it it was amazing. As single women there is so much that we can do, living alone is amazing. Barbara Feldon has ljving the art of living.


Now Feldon shares her secrets for living alone and loving it. Written with a light approach this book is about someone who created a lot of social supports to help with being alone, rather than a person who lives alone.

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I even began to collect things: Cancel reply Enter your comment here Could anyone endure, with equanimity, what I was suffering through? Little did she know that this time would become one of the most enriching and joyous periods of her life. Future mentors would show me how to live alone not just comfortably but joyously. TouchstoneJan 2, – Self-Help – pages. Free eBook offer available to NEW subscribers only. Email required Address never made public.

Living Alone and Loving It

Loing book that puts such a positive spin on single life. Touchstone January Length: I want to keep Barbara Feldon company! Find reviews of books for men at Books for Dudes, Books for Dudesthe online reader’s advisory column for men from Library Journal. Nevertheless, I continued to be fascinated by the lifestyles of the single women I met. Notify me of new comments via email.

When he laughed off my fantasy I didn’t persist, there being no precedent for such a maverick arrangement. It really comes across in the prose that Barbara Feldon truly does love living on her own.

I was tethered to no one — and perhaps never again would be. Jun 17, Michael rated it really liked it.


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This breezy memoir chronicles how actress Feldon Agent 99 from Get Smart found herself alone after a divorce and the end of other serious relationships. Little did she know that this time would become one of the most enriching and joyous periods of her life. We complex creatures have a baffling talent for entertaining two opposite desires at the same time.

Little did she know that this time would become one of the most enriching and joyous periods of her life. I’ve always felt like a freak libing the world–I honestly don’t know of anyone else like me. After walking confidently through an icy, barren landscape, I stopped, turned and resolutely walked right back into prison. She also offered practical advice on how to maneuver the challenges and obstacles to living alone and loving it. Aug 15, Tracy rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: As time went on and our relationship deteriorated, we were forced to realize that having no relationship might be better than having an unworkable one and I took comfort in the prospect of exploring another way of living.