I want to encourage other couples, especially women, to stop paying attention to the faults in their marriage and start enjoying it, the reward will eventually come.
Chicago (PRWEB) September 17, 2013
According to the National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS), the current divorce rate in the U.S. is 3.6 per l,000 people. The number of births to unwed mothers: 46 births per 1,000.
Chinyere Nwoke is a registered nurse who has seen these statistics come to life, experiencing the tragedies left behind by broken families. She has also seen the rewards of sustaining her own troubled marriage. Dedicated to sharing her insights and positive encouragement with other families experiencing similar hardships, Nwoke pens new novel, “Would You Love Me If...?”
“I want to encourage other couples, especially women, to stop paying attention to the faults in their marriage and start enjoying it, the reward will eventually come,” Nwoke says. “My new book shares the incredible story of what can happen when the values of a family and a marriage are sustained.”
Sharing stories from her own marriage as well as her mother’s, Nwoke’s, “Would You Love Me If…?” encourages readers to strengthen their relationships and endure their marriage for the good of their nuclear family.
Nwoke provides a sense of hope for women everywhere, reminding us of the true meaning of love and marriage.
“Would You Love Me If…?”
by Chinyere Nwoke
Available at http://www.wouldyouloveme.com, amazon.com, barnesandnoble.com and bookstore.westbowpress.com.
About the author
Chinyere Nwoke lived in Africa before moving to the United States, giving her an appreciation for other cultures. She then served in the U.S. Navy Reserves and went on to earn a nursing degree and a Master of Business Administration. Nwoke currently works as a hospital operations administrator and she has been married for more than 23 years. She resides near Chicago with her husband and two children.