Til Death Do Us Part

Are you looking for relationship or marital advice? Happily ever after is not a fairy tale. It’s a choice. Make it yours… Did you know that every year, over 2.3 million people get married in the United States alone and of those, roughly 45% are destined to fail? In Till Death Do Us Part, authorEdward O. Osuigwe spills the secret sauce on a successful marriage by interviewing over a hundred married couples over the span of three years. He asked them to provide insight into what has kept them from becoming that dreadful statistic. Now you can learn from their successes and failures….

Meet Edward osuigwe

Mr. Osuigwe is a board-certified Physician Assistant and currently resides in Nashville, TN.Mr. Osuigwe is PA-C & a first-time author who recently published (Till Death Do Us Part…45 secrets to a lasting marriage by those living it).

The Million Dollar Marriage

Why does the importance of God’s assistance in our daily lives be so crusial? As well fidelity, love, romanticism, respect, and communication play major roles in marriage relationships. The importance of nurturing each other with the prior elements are essential to be applied in our marriages. It is imperative to apply them all in our daily living just as the water we drink, the food we eat and going to the bathroom activities are essential to do daily to survive. The same way nurturing our spouses with all of these aforementioned elements are vital ingredients required to survive your marriage relationship. It is like understanding the gravity force, the one who understands the gravity force understands marriage. Live your marriage with a peace of mind, with happiness and free of resentment. Live your marriage happily ever after!!!


Meet Gloria Duran

Gloria Duran is an expert on marriage and relationships. It is her mission to offer advice to couples and young adults on how to have loving, fulfilling, and long-lasting relationships. She is 48 years old, and a mother of three kids. She lives in Tyler, Texas, where she has been residing with her lovely family for the past 12 years.

JOYS AND WOES OF MARRIAGE IN INDIA

Marriage forges a new path for the next generation as well as riches, social standing, gratification, and refuge. It is also a wonderful melding of ideas, emotions, as well as hurdles and their corresponding resolutions. Put simply, Indian marriages are not just a two-person affair. It is the coming together of family and community with love at the forefront. However, as with all things in life, marriage is not black and white. When love and understanding ebb, heartbreak and sorrow flow. But does this spell the end of a union?

Meet HEMALATHA GNANASEKAR

Helen G. is a Life enthusiast – she’s an emerging author, entrepreneur, and proud mother of three who hopes to inspire children through the power of storytelling. While storytelling is her passion, Helen comes from a diverse background. She earned a Master of Science Degree in Marketing, a Postgraduate Diploma in Education, and a Degree in Psychology. In addition to those fun background notes, Helen seeks to inspire through her children’s books, letting them know that anything is possible, dreams can be real, and that even somebody who has three children can find time to create something meaningful!

Helplessly Hoping

High school sweethearts Mara and Douglas are young and in love, but they’re about to discover that the nightmares of the past have a way of haunting us in the present. Together they will face the demons of Mara’s childhood…but will either of them get out alive? A true and hauntingly candid look into the tragedy of sexual abuse and mental illness, and the struggle to stay afloat when everything seems hopeless.

Meet Douglas Kent

Born in Danbury, CT, Douglas Kent now makes his home in the Dallas, TX area. While he still dabbles in fiction and satire, his published works have focused on personal experiences in the form of memoirs. He is also an avid supporter of independent film and music, and a lifelong animal lover.

Lessons From My Mother’s Life

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It was the 1950s. The war was over and women could go back to being happy housewives. But did they really want to?

Women in the 1950s should have been contented to live a Leave it to Beaver life. They had it all: generous husbands with great jobs, comfortable suburban homes with nice yards, two cars, and communities with like-minded families. Their days were filled with raising well-behaved children, cleaning the house, baking cookies, and attending PTA meetings and church events.

They should have been fulfilled. Women’s magazines told them so. Advertisers told them so. Doctors and psychologists told them so. Some were. But some weren’t.

In the 1950s, women were sold a bill of goods about who they were and who they should be as women. Some bought it. But some didn’t.

These stories are about the women who didn’t. They didn’t buy that there wasn’t more to life than making a happy home. Except they didn’t know they weren’t buying until something forced them see the cracks in their seemingly perfect lives.

A teenage bride sees her future mirrored in Circe’s twisted face. A woman’s tragic life serves as a warning about the dangers of too much maternal devotion. And the lives of two women intersect during two birthday parties, changing both of them. These and other moving tales of strength, discovery, and hope are about our mothers and grandmothers and the lessons their lives have to teach us.

This book is the second edition of my 2017 short story collection, Gnarled Bones and Other Stories. This edition has been extensively revised, the stories changed and expanded, and the context moved from the present day to the 1950s and 1960s. This edition also includes a Preface and a bonus chapter from The Specter, the first book of my Gilded Age family drama, the Waxwood Series.

A Manhood Doctrine:A Survival Guide Versus Societal Shifts & Ideological Subversion

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In 1963, The Feminine Mystique was published. The second wave of Feminist goals followed from its publication.

A Manhood Doctrine discusses the origins, results, and ongoing malaise facing not only the United States, but also the majority of the Western world. The author presents the issue in three parts: societal radicalization, family history, and individual responsibility and action.

From the family story of a left-leaning son, of a single mom, to facing the future individually, the author provides a theory of self-development approach and insights from forty plus years of “failures” and more recent improvements. Derived out of Maslow’s hierarchy pyramid, the keystone habits of health and energy form the foundation and supports one’s trek to growth. Career, knowledge, finance, relationships, and legacy lead to a path of self-fulfillment. This is meant to thwart the ideological pushes of the 21st century. Men must weigh out their future interactions in a different light and assess risks therein.

Mr. Powers provides the links to the history, his intimate path trekked, for good and ill, and a better way ahead as surmised in a Self-Fulfillment model.

A Manhood Doctrine does not speak for all men. But it hopes to dent the psyche of those that wonder why this reality is not as expected from the years of social conditioning. It serves up data to buttress the argument against much of what has been taught and a way out to a better you.

Mr. Powers holds an MBA from Valparaiso University and an Industrial Engineering degree from Purdue University. He lives in West Lafayette, Indiana.