Terror crisis uncovers marriage fault lines
What does one write at a time when the country is in a dark place and many lives have been lost while others nurse serious wounds in hospital beds? This past weekend, many widows and widowers were created by a heinous act of terrorism, which we condemn, in the strongest possible terms. Husbands and wives will go through transitions as they adjust to dead or wounded in-laws, friends, parents and children.
By By ZAWADI LOMPISHA | 7 years ago
There comes a time a man has to fight
We recently got a distress phone call at 1am from a friend and immediately rushed to her place. Her husband had beaten her up and she was taking shelter at a neighbour’s. This couple is very special to us. However, in the last few years, we realised all was not well. Their relationship was in trouble and we have spent countless nights together trying to address the problem.
ZAWADI LOMPISHA | 7 years ago
What makes a marriage tick?
For some couples, it seems they must be engaged in myriad activities all the time to satisfy themselves that the relationship is working. However, if something should force the activities to come to an end, like illness, the couple is unable to deal with itself. There is nothing to do...
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