My Foot Is Too Big for the Glass Slipper

June 10, 2013




New York Times Best Seller!

My Foot Is Too Big for the Glass Slipper

A Guide to the Less Than Perfect Life
By Gabrielle Reece; Karen Karbo

So you got the guy on the big white horse, and the beautiful little mermaids, and the picket fence, and your life isn’ t . . . perfect in every imaginable way?
You’re not alone. In 1997, Gabrielle Reece married the man of her dreams—professional surfer Laird Hamilton—in a flawless Hawaiian ceremony. Naturally, the couple filed for divorce four years later.

In the end they worked it out, but not without the ups and downs, minor hiccups, and major setbacks that beset every modern family.

With hilarious stories, wise insights, and concrete takeaways on topics ranging from navigating relationship issues to aging gracefully to getting smart about food, My Foot Is Too Big for the Glass Slipper is the brutally honest, wickedly funny, and deeply helpful portrait of the humor, grace, and humility it takes to survive the happily ever after.

The “TODAY” show
“Rock Center with Brian Williams”
“Live from the Couch”
“Dr. Oz”
“Katie Couric”
E! “Chelsea Lately”
“The Jeff Probst Show”
“The Better Show”

Courteney Cox
“I read My Foot is Too Big for the Glass Slipperin one sitting and loved every second of it. It’s blunt, honest, hilarious, andinspiring. Everyone who is married—or thinking about getting married—shouldread this.”
Chelsea Handler
“Gabby has huge feet. If this book will get her to stop asking me to exercise with her, I’m all for it.”

O Magazine -First Exclusives Rights-
Elle Magazine
Fitnes Magazine
US Magazine
Huffington Post
and more…

Publication Date: April 16, 2013
Other Editions of This Title: Compact Disc
Categories: General, General, Family Relationships
(Scribner, Hardcover, 9781451692662, 224pp.)

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  • Nobody April 19, 2013 at 2:55 am

    There is nothing wrong with a chief style person showing some servant style traits if they mean well. That is what makes a good leader. If her default is to be bossy she did the right thing to keep the marriage going and be a better person. She doesn’t seem like the type to over do it and become a door mat so I don’t see what all the negative shots people are taking at her will accomplish.

  • Roger Haskin April 15, 2013 at 9:25 pm

    Thank you for taking a stand fro traditional marriage. My wife and I struggled early in our marriage with our roles. She was a police officer and fit that role very well. However, in our home that didn’t work.
    After about 2 years into our marriage we went to a FamilyLife conference and this showed us how our roles should be.
    For the past 14 years she has been working on being more submissive as I learn to be a better leader. I’ve learned that if I lead with the right heart and attitude it makes easy for my wife to submit to that leadership.
    Thank you again for your boldness to say it like it is. To many people cringe in the face of political correctness. It’s nice to see people willing to speak up.

  • thedivadr April 15, 2013 at 3:00 pm

    Want to pre order book

  • Ana Santos April 14, 2013 at 12:51 am

    I have known Gaby for along time. We all used to play volleyball on south beach. We knew that one day she was going to make it. Wonderful to see that she is doing so well

  • Kbuckner April 13, 2013 at 2:16 am

    Watching your interview on Rock Center. This is definitely on my reading list!

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