Crux of Marriage - eBook
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Crux of Marriage - eBook  -     By: Mary Agbotoh

Crux of Marriage - eBook

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Title: Crux of Marriage - eBook
By: Mary Agbotoh
Format: DRM Free ePub
Vendor: WestBow Press
Publication Date: 2022
ISBN: 9781664262478
ISBN-13: 9781664262478
Stock No: WW123262EB

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Mary Agbotoh has always been fascinated by the institution of marriage.
Her research led her to discover that many people have misconceptions about marriage and what it entails.
In this book, she examines the institution of marriage, including what happens when someone finds out that they have married the wrong person.
She also explores how to resolve conflict in relationships, observing that it most often occurs when one person wants to get their way all the time. It can take a lot of work for two people to achieve a level of harmony.
Other topics include how to accept a partner’s imperfections, how to guard a relationship against outside influences, why it’s so important to make a continuous effort, and how a unity of importance can help a marriage succeed.
Whether you’re dating, engaged, married, separated, or looking to find love again, you’ll get detailed insights on how to enjoy a meaningful, lasting relationship with your significant other with the insights in Crux of Marriage.

Author Bio

Mary Agbotoh was born more than 50 years ago in Nigeria, West Africa. For the most part she lived her years in Lagos. That is where she got her elementary and high school education before proceeding to the western part of Nigeria for college. After college working as a reporter researcher, then as a supplements executive she relocated to the U.S. Ms. Agbotoh has always been interested in reading, and having read so much she knew she had to give back by writing about a topic of her interest.

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