The idea that there are many people who have it harder than you is pretty bad. I'll tell you the end result of being paralyzed in thinking by corporate livestock.

Thoughts from an Alaska girl who read the marriage activity book "All About Pursuing Marriage".

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I read "All About Oikomi Marriage" written by Natsuko Yokosawa, a comedian.

I had gotten the sense that Yokozawa-san had been working hard on her marriage for some time on TV, and I wanted to use that as a reference because I myself had some overlap with Yokozawa-san.

In conclusion, the second part was very realistic and interesting.

I'd like to share a very quick story about what I, as an Alaska girl, thought when I read "All About Pursuing Marriage". (No spoilers)

What I thought when I read about all the marriages that are being pursued.

The book is divided into three parts, and after reading the entire book, I frankly felt that the first part was very typical of Natsuko Yokosawa.

I could imagine the slightly giggly tension seen on TV as they proceed with their marriage activities.

In my personal opinion, this is something that only Mr. Yokozawa was able to do, and it is something that is not easy to imitate.

But the second part was a storm of empathy.

The second part was mainly about Yokozawa's experiences in marriage, but as I read it, I found myself thinking, "Is there such a guy? I thought to myself, "There are guys like him out there! I thought, "There are guys like him out there! I laughed.

I can't go into too many details, but there were times when I found myself saying, "I see! I can't go into too many details, but there are some things that make me realize, "Oh, I see!

It made me realize that there are numerous secret stories about various marriage activities hidden in the world, and when I think about it, it also made me want to increase the number of fellow marriage activity girls. This place was really interesting, by the way.

All about the marriage that pushes girls who think they are tired of marriage...

There are many different ways to do marriage activity, and there is no one right way, but I would like to try Yokozawa-san's way.

To be honest, I can't do it that well, but it was something that made me think, "I need to work a little harder, too.

It's like a real push. It gives you a positive outlook.

So I thought I would recommend it to those who are tired of marriage activity. It will cheer you up.


After reading all about a trapped marriage, I thought this book would make girls who are trying to get married laugh & give them a push.

Oh! I know! There's a lot of "I get it!" content, so if you're feeling a little tired of marriage activity or just want to take a break, you might be interested in this.

It will surely cheer you up.