Death Did Us Part presents a short story about the tumultuous marital relationship of a couple at the brink of divorce. The book, based on a true story, is a reflection on some of the pitfalls that plagued the marriage of Akawd and Muka and brought it to its deathbed. Interestingly, Akawd and Muka were both committed Christians and leaders in their church when they immigrated to Canada from Africa. By sharing this story, I provide an opportunity for readers to both understand better and safely observe the parallels that might exist between their own relationships and this couple's. These patterns may then be named and safely externalized. The book also serves to celebrate marriages and the couples who keep their vows.
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