The Making of the Family
About the Book
Susan finds herself in a one-sided marriage, where she feels all rejected and alone. Yet her main aim and objective is to raise emotionally strong and healthy children. At the same time, she has to face a jealous mother-in-law, Adassa, who believes that the place Susan occupies in life rightfully belongs to her. With strong spirit and emotions and a good education as her foundation to afford her financial stability, Susan is able to remain firm in the face of her adversaries. In spite of all this, she is very outspoken in the local newspaper about the social and political direction of her country.
About the Author
Rex Mildower is a former educator of Caribbean descent. He spent his earlier years studying language and linguistics. In his spare time, he enjoyed reading about families, family relationships, and responsibilities. Rex is a parent of three. Applying some of the insights gathered from his reading, he was able to equip his children with strong family values. In The Making of the Family, he would like to share some of these insights with a wider audience. Rex is also a former writer for his local newspaper.