The Book You Wish You Had Read Before Marriage: Notes On Sacrifice E-Book
‘It’s easy to say yes to love. Love can make you merge into another person until their boundaries become yours, and your boundaries slowly vanish from existence. It’s the lover’s paradox; you love someone so much that you are willing to do anything for them, even if it costs you everything. When two become one, what gets lost in the equation?’
Step into the profound and exploration of love, merging, and the inherent paradoxes that define our deepest connections. Whether you're on the brink of marriage or have been navigating the complexities of partnership for years, this book provides invaluable insights, making it a must-read for those seeking a deeper understanding of the complexities of love and commitment.
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'Notes on Sacrifice was birthed as a Twitter thread, then it graduated into an article in my ‘For Better Or Worse’ newsletter (www.sulibreaks.com). The subject matter resonated with millions (according to the Internet). So, I decided to expand on the conversation in a short, self-contained way via this extended essay.
Sacrifice in marriage is different for everyone, and not all love is shaped the same. But hopefully, my insight gives you a new perspective on the subject and helps strengthen your relationships, not just with your partner, but with yourself.' - SOLOMON