Marital Misery? Youre Not Alone
Contemplating divorce? (Gasp) Never! Murder? (Hmmmmm) Well, maybe…! If your marriage resembles a combat zone more than a covenant commitment, youre in good company. If You Dont Die to Self, I May Have to Kill You is packed with juicy foibles and misdeeds candidly expressed by Emmy-nominated TV news reporter Karen Long . Follow her behind the scenes to discover solid spiritual ammunition targeting attitude, gratitude, contentment, forgiveness, self-denial, and even suffering. Romance, suspense, and intrigue mark Karens antics, and "what not to dos" reinforce biblical principles that light the way from marital misery to a harmonious hitch.
The slogan for The Divorce Store reads: "When till death do you part isnt soon enough." Can you relate?
"Instead of just waiting for Paul to keel over, I spent years looking for a younger woman for him, someone who enjoys doing laundry."
"I calculated Id forgiven Paul the biblically required seven times seventy490 timesover the course of one weekend alone…"
"When two become one flesh, you either get some unity or you get Frankenstein. We got a monster of a marriage…"
When your marriage resembles a combat zone more than a covenant commitment, you need a few weapons, er…tools at your disposal.
Former award-winning TV news reporter Karen Long candidly expresses juicy foibles and misdeeds marking her treacherous memorable twenty-year marriage with Paul. The happy ending? Theyre still married. Only now theyre laughing.
Karen will arm you with solid spiritual ammunition targeting attitude, gratitude, contentment, forgiveness, andof coursesuffering. Humorously revealing her hard-won wisdom, this book is your ticket out of marital misery and into a harmonious hitch.
"A book just like the authorwitty, funny, charming, and full of depth. It will make you laugh and cry, but mostly you will learn about yourself and what it takes to finish the marriage journey with a smile on your face."
Congressman James E. Rogan
Story Behind the Book
Karen Long gave up a lucrative career as a TV news reporter "broadcasting live from the mean streets of Los Angeles " to go home to a husband, kids, and real action and drama. She tells of being on the frontlines of the home front in this evangelical exposé on the epidemic of marital misery. "Over the years," Karen says, "my husband, Paul, pushed all my buttons, including the little red one that can blast a nuclear family of five into oblivion. Paul often brought out the very worst in me…allowing me to see my great need for a Savior instead of a good divorce attorney. Yes, this would be a terribly tragic story if it wasnt such a terrific, true testimony for the Lord."