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It takes a lot more work to keep a marriage together for life than any bride and groom ever conceptualize. so many stress points over so many years that it's a miracle any marriage survives.
Half of this year's Christmas stories have to do with marriage most of them tackling such related subjects as alienation separation misunderstandings divorce reconciliation and of course love.
But with all these roadblocks barring the way to a marriage that lasts a lifetime (half of all marriages end in divorce) there are solutions to almost every problem. Kathleen Norris puts it this way: 'Marriage is a job. Happiness or unhappiness has nothing to do with it. There was never a marriage that could no be made a success nor a marriage that could not have ended in bitterness and failure.'
Stories in this book
|Introduction||The Faded Christmas Tree||By Margaret E Sangster Jr|
|1.||Which Was the Greatest?||By Joseph Leininger Wheeler|
|2.||The Christmas Letter||By Robert E. Johnson|
|3.||Patty's Favorite Doll||By Jan Keller|
|4.||A Carol for Katrusia||By Annie B. Kerr|
|5.||A Gift From Pa||By Rian B. Anderson|
|6.||When They Came||By Nancy N. Rue|
|7.||A Christmas Conscience||By J. L. Harbour|
|8.||No Party||By Kathleen Norris|
|9.||Homecoming||By Isobel Stewart|
|10.||Mrs. Hildebrandt's Christmas||By Robert Smith|
|11.||A Mislaid Uncle||By E. Vinton Blake|
|12.||The Layette||By Marlene J. Chase|
|13.||The Philosopher's Awakening||By Mabel Lee Cooper|
|14.||A Father for Christmas||By Sue Kaufman|
|15.||The Hollow Tree||By Margaret E. Sangster Jr.|
|16.||Christmas Eve on East Point||By Russell Gordon Carter|
|17.||A Bride Doll Just for Looking At||By Connie Lounsbury|
|18.||Journey||By Joseph Leininger Wheeler|