Once in a lifetime comes a book that makes you feel like falling in love all over again…this is not that book.
This is a cautionary tale about the perils of entering into a marriage blinded by good looks, magnetism and religious pretense. In this story, as in many relationships, Prince Charming quickly turns into Prince Harming.
Toilet paper cleans up messes. Wouldn’t it be nice if we could use toilet paper to clean up our messy lives?
We cannot survive life’s complicated situations unscathed. Married couples especially need a whole lot of toilet paper to clean up the multitude of messes encountered along the way.
This book is written for those people who entered into a marriage with eyes closed and a heart wide open. Little by little, bit by bit, the eyes revealed what we could not allow our hearts to believe.
The heroine in this story progresses through 7 common relationship phases:
1. The Courtship Phase
2. The Honeymoon Phase
3. The Baggage Phase
4. The Coping Phase
5. The Righteous Retribution Phase
6. The Reality Shock Phase
7. The Enlightenment Phase
In the fifth stage of the relationship, the Righteous Retribution Phase, came The Toilet Paper Wars. The once knight-in-shining armor has transformed into a man obsessed only with his toilet paper as the marriage relationship was literally unraveling and tearing apart.
In the end, our heroine learns many tough lessons, develops a hard-won sense of humor and ends up with new found wisdom.
Without rancor or malice, Suzanne Abbott, as the dutiful Christian wife, tells about her romance, her marriage, her divorce and her education into how the human heart continues to thrive, even after fighting The Toilet Paper Wars.