San Diego, CA (PRWEB) August 26, 2005
This book presents a formula that significantly abates conflict within marriage and sustains this relationship through the challenges and vicissitudes of life. The formula consists of patience, admiration, commitment and endurance. The author uses her lengthy marriage as a live example, focusing on events that illuminate the respective elements of the formula in an operative manner.
The formula, referred to as P.A.C.E., is uniquely interrelated; each element supports its counterpart. This relation is illustrated by the author at various intervals. As a trained lawyer, the author does not present evidence frivolously; she gently reminds the reader throughout that they must engage an application of P.A.C.E. in their relationship before they can make any worthwhile contradiction concerning the formulaÂs effectiveness.
Despite the apparent conflict that exists within marriage, as evidenced by the consistently high divorce rate, the institution of marriage is not going to become non-existent. Couples all around the world are continuing to marry. This writer realizes that marriage is a relationship in which couples invest significant time, effort and money. Therefore, she humbly offers her insight, gleaned from a marriage that has spanned five decades, to help couples prevent the disintegration of the core of this most precious relationship.
For review copies, contact the author. The book is available in paperback from e-booktime.com. This book will be available for purchase on Amazon.com and Barnes and Noble.com in approximately two weeks.
About the Author:
The author published her first story in her hometown newspaper when she was eight years old. She is an energetic scholar, with a B.S. in History, a J.D. in law, and a Masters of Law, LL.M. with merit, from Coventry University in the United Kingdom. She is an avid Constitutional Law scholar and has written legal articles in international law journals. She is a devoted wife, mother and grandmother. She looks forward to her career in the teaching and writing profession.
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