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Julia Taylor speaks with Kamy Wicoff 6-28
Albany, NY – Kamy Wicoff fancied herself an independent woman. But when it came to getting married, Wicoff found herself slipping into traditional roles. She wanted her boyfriend to propose to her. She accepted the diamond rock he bought her. And when it came to planning the wedding, she took on most of the grunt-work. Years after her marriage, Wicoff went back to explore why she made certain choices- and changed her mind on others in the marriage process. She compiled her thoughts with the ones she found in interviews with other brides in a book called I Do, But I Don't.
I Do, But I Don't, by Kamy Wicoff.
Published by Da Capo Lifelong Books.