Challenges of Married Life No Longer Have to Be Unbearable

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Author tackles issue of those turning to the wrong quarters for help.

If you're looking for solutions to some of the numerous marital/family questions that have been plaguing you, then maybe you should curl up on the sofa with a copy of Taiwo Odukoya's Home Affairs: Questions Married Men and Women Ask (paperback, 978-1-60477-454-2). The book, which offers a practical and instructive way to foster better understanding in a family, highlights the differences and conflicts between the male and female genders that are taking an unprecedented dimension in our world today. Much more than ever, the challenges of the married life are becoming unbearable. Many are desperately seeking solutions and are unfortunately turning to the wrong quarters for help.

The book gives sound scriptural and practical answers to questions bugling the minds of married men and women. "Every question answered in this book has come from real-life seminars and private counseling sessions," the author says. "It is practical and instructive in fostering better understanding in the family."

Some of the topics covered include submission, finance, sexual inadequacies, communication, conflict resolution. The practical, hands-on methods adopted by Odukoya in solving issues plaguing marital and family life today will give readers the wisdom and guidance needed to deal with these challenges.

Taiwo Odukoya presides over a ministry that is committed to raising leaders in every sphere of life. He was married to Bimbo Odukoya, who was called to glory in December 2005, and is blessed with three children.

Xulon Press, a part of Salem Communications Corporation, is the world's largest Christian publisher, with more than 4,000 titles published to date. Retailers may order Home Affairs through Ingram Book Company and/or Spring Arbor Book Distributors.


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