Nothing hurts, deflates our strength, ruptures our peace and happiness like that feeling or realisation that if given a chance our spouse would pick someone else over us. It hurts more to be married, or to be in a relationship with one who treats you like he/she did you a favour by being married or being in a relationship with you.
It is heartbreaking for a married woman, or one in a relationship to think or conclude based on evidence around her that she is no longer or was never wanted in the marriage or relationship in the first place. It is even worse to feel she is with a man that treats her as if he did her a favour by marrying or being in a love-relationship with her.
From the coastal towns of Warner Beach in Natal to Gordons Bay in the Western Cape during the seventies Kaye Reid travels hoping to eventually find forgiveness and a new life. She leaves behind a roller coaster life of happiness and disappointment from her High school boyfriend, her parents and her marriage.
We are human; often weak, selfish and overwhelmed. That's why we are quick to say “it's just not working anymore." It feels easier in the moment to just give in to the urge to back off and walk away from a tough situation. Men and women handle stress in different ways. This is written from a woman's view point, but the issues remain the same for both.
Frank Baxter had been a victim of an IED in Iraq. He had been engaged to Mildred Allen before he died. He had recently appeared to Mildred as a ghost wanting to be married She talked it over with Pastor Cooper and he was at a loss as to what to do. After talking to his Congressman, he found that there was hope. This story tells how it became possible for Mildred to marry a ghost.
We should all have one—a special place where we get away from the world. A place where distractions are kept to a minimum, worries and cares are forgotten, and an endless cornucopia of imagination is ours for the taking. A place where we can open a book, open our minds, and be transported elsewhere. A reading place!
If you have to marry then why not marry a millionaire. All things being equal chances of finding happiness with a rich person are much higher than marrying someone with little or no money.
To marry rich you need a plan and strategy. This book reveals the secrets that will help you not only marry rich but even a millionaire or a billionaire.
From the author of SIGN IT INTO LAW and TO DIVIDE AND NOT CONQUER comes a previously unpublished essay considering the politics behind one of the most threatened civil rights in Texas. How long will the right for transgender people to marry last? Victoria Stoklasa presents three reasons why it might not last for very long.