Originally of Los Angeles, California and West Virginia, Pauline Fanning Meglino majored in English at West Virginia University. She began studying Aesthetic Realism first in consultations and then in classes with Eli Siegel, in 1974.
As a consultant with the teaching trio There Are Wives, she teaches women and wives in individual consultations and the monthly “Aesthetic Realism and Marriage” class.
as a woman, wife, and mother she has presented papers in public seminars on such topics as—
Resentment in Marriage—What Is the Cause?
Real Communication in Marriage—How Can We Have It?
Why Wives and Husbands Feel Distant—and the Aesthetic Solution!
—And she has discussed the marriages of important wives, such as Mrs. Alexander Bell, Clara Bow, Mrs. Arnold Bennett, and Mrs. Robert Maxwell.
Mrs. Meglino, whose parents are deaf, knows sign language (ASL) and has a longstanding interest in the questions of communication.
She lives in New York City with her husband Joseph Meglino, who is an Aesthetic Realism consultant, and together they have a son, who is currently attending law school.