However, it also discusses her personal life and her family.
She writes that she has "many, many more happy days than sad or angry ones", spinning an anecdote as she writes:
He is reading this over my shoulder in our kitchen with our dogs underfoot and in a minute he will reorganise our bookshelves for the millionth time.
But I don't mind because he really loves to organise those bookshelves.
She also addressed his affair head on:
There were times that I was deeply unsure about whether our marriage could or should survive.
But on those days, I asked myself the questions that mattered to me: Do I still love him?
And can I still be in this marriage without becoming unrecognisable to myself—twisted by anger, resentment, or remoteness?
The answers were always yes.