Bend Without Breaking: The Story of African Immigrant Marriages in America


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Bend Without Breaking: The Story of African Immigrant Marriages in America by Rev. Canon Dr. John Karanja. Available on Amazon. $19.95 - Paperback $14.75 - Kindle Migrating to a new country can be a daunting experience to any immigrant. Every immigrant, at some point, despite the country of origin or the country they migrate to, will encounter and experience the significant and potentially negative impact of acculturation stressors. Navigating the turbulent waters of immigration can result in adverse marital differences that quite often lead to strained marriage relationships and worse still, may lead to divorce. This edition of “Bend Without Breaking,” is mostly focused on answering many questions in these areas, such as: The psychological impact of these stressors to a family, The significant root causes of marital problems and how they can be solved skillfully without compromising the family values, How marriages that are already broken can be salvaged and how love can be rekindled, How to nurture a restored marriage; keep it healthy while sustaining love, God’s intention in putting it all together and many other questions. To purchase the book, see the Amazon link below.

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Rev. Canon Dr. John Karanja

Phone: (410) 485-9311

Website: https://www.amazon.com/dp/1521210969/ref=tsm_1_fb_lk

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6515 Loch Raven Blvd
Parkville, Maryland
United States

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