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Lori Gottlieb, author of Marry Him: The Case for Settling for Mr Good Enoughwhich is published in the UK next week, believes women who refuse to commit unless they find a man with whom they feel a deep, romantic love are coning themselves to a lonely future.

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Of course, women are loth to admit it in this day and age, but ask any soul-baring year-old single heterosexual woman what she most longs for in life, and she probably won't tell you it's a better career or a smaller waistline or a bigger apartment. Most likely, she'll say that what she really wants is a husband and, by extension, ," she writes. Gottlieb's book is based on an article she wrote in for the Atlantic magazine. The piece created such a sensation that it was picked up by Oprah Winfrey's O magazine and polarised readers.

The debate caught the attention of Warner Independent and Tobey Maguire's Maguire Entertainment, which bought the book and film rights. Maguire intends to produce the film himself. Gottlieb blames feminism for the of women who find themselves alone after spending years holding out for their white knight.

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To the outside world, says Gottlieb, these women still insist they are self-sufficient. It is not just feminism that has betrayed women by telling them they could have it all, said Gottlieb: every book, film and television show that perpetuates the myth of combining romantic love with a happy-ever-after ending — from Jane Austen to Friends — has done women a great and dangerous disservice. It's painful how pervasive the fantasy is that The One is out there," she said.

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So we walked away from uninspiring relationships that might have made us happy. She even claims that settling for Mr Second Best could make women happier in the long run.

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Marriage isn't a passion-fest; it's a partnership formed to run a very small, mundane and often boring non-profit business. And I mean this in a good way.

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But fellow author Elizabeth Gilbert believes that women are wrong to believe marriage will make them happy. In her new book, Committed: A Sceptic Makes Peace with Marriageshe writes: "We marry most often because we are in love and we think it will make us happy.

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Yet married women are more likely to suffer from depression than are single women. The Observer Relationships. This article is more than 11 years old.

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Author claims that overs would be happier if they settled for Mr Not Bad. Amelia Hillsocial affairs correspondent. Reuse this content.

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