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Joyful Wedding

A Spiritual Path to the Altar

by Susan Piver
edition: Hardcover
tagged: spiritual, marriage, weddings

The decision to marry is most often a decision made out out of love and passion. Immediately following, however, we often find ourselves deluged by guest lists, menus, and outfits. It’s easy to lose sight of the deeper meaning of this commitment-- and even of each other.
This is a wedding-planning book with a difference: It helps you focus on ea …

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Weather Report

by Rhonda Batchelor
edition: Paperback
tagged: marriage, australian & oceanian

Like the shifting and often turbulent skies of our own emotional meteorology, Rhonda Batchelor’s poems forecast the shifting patterns of a marriage from quiet moments of a graceful dawn to stormy seas of absence, from brilliant love-strewn sunshowers to dark moments of loss and bitter nights upon the shore. In three sections, "Backbone of the Moo …

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Little Audrey

memoir by Audrey Henders
edition: Paperback
tagged: personal memoirs, family relationships, marriage
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Splitting Up

Divorce, Culture, and the Search for a Real Life

by Larry Frolick
edition: Paperback
also available: eBook
tagged: divorce & separation, marriage

Q. What does everyone want from a marriage?

A. For someone else to be the wife!

Exploring the many cultural assumptions exposed by divorce - sex, money, dating, love, home, and health - Splitting Up is both a guide to the new social landscape and a serious search for personal meaning in an age of rapidly shifting cultural values. According to social …

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Wedded to the Cause

Ukrainian-Canadian Women and Ethnic Identity 1891-1991

by Frances Swyripa
edition: eBook
tagged: women's studies, marriage

Frances Swyripe here presents the interpretive study of women of Ukrainian origin in Canada. She analyses the images and myths that have grown up around them, why they arose, and how they were used by the leaders of the community.

 

Swyripa argues that ethnicity combined with gender to shape the experience of Ukrainian-Canadian women, as statelessne …

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