By Nomalanga Mhlauli-Moses
Divorce is messy. It can cost people their happiness, their health, their relationship with their children, their money and often their homes, cars and much else.
Here are some ways in which, Ms. Mhauli-Moses tells us, a marriage – that most delicate and fragile thing – can be saved:
“Anyone who has been married for at least five years and still has a healthy and functional marriage, if they are being honest, will tell you that they have had at least one rough patch, probably more. Best selling author, Laura Doyle, wrote a very controversial book years ago, based on her experience with her own marriage that had reached the “divorce-point”. By following six simple principles, outlined in the book, “The Surrendered Wife,” she was able to not only avoid a divorce, but she was also able to experience marriage in a much more joyful and peaceful way.
Please be warned; if you have some sort of aversion to “submission” (as a lot of modern women do), these principles may rub you the wrong way but, having read the book that these principles are based on, I can assure you that while there may be some seemingly similar points, it is not the same…”
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