This series of short stories is for those that are searching for, or are now in, meaningful relationships. The ironic thing about being in a meaningful relationship, is that most of the disagreements couples have are over trivial matters!
This work is a compilation of experiences communicated to me by couples that I have ministered to, as well as gracious people that I have had the opportunity to speak with over the years.
I am certain that many of the stories and anecdotes you read in this book will prove to be ones that you may very well relate to. You will read about everything from issues arising from not putting the toilet seat down to one partner not wanting to be intimate on the same night as the other.
I encourage you to sit back and enjoy this humorous work, written with love, to those who have had good times and bad with their partner. If your relationship is on the rocks, consider trying to patch things up, because chances are, if you move on you will just meet someone else with habits that get under your skin.
No one should ever go to bed angry. More often than not it is women who have this ability to keep things in their sleep. So for men, this means that there will not be a whole lot of love making for the unforeseeable future. Love is tricky and if a couple really wants to make it work, they will be willing to sleep in the same bed together. Even if it pains them to do so. But, that doesn't mean that someone will be without some covers!
Stop Taking All The Covers
Why the title, Stop Taking All The Covers? The answer is very simple. Most couples share the same bed, a place of intimacy and a symbol of unity. Many times during the challenges of relationships,couples manipulate one another or exert power or control over one another. Generally arguments ensue when this happens, so, if the issuesare not resolved by bedtime, a power struggle can occur over the covers.In my experience, thisphenomena seemsto occur more commonly during the wintertime, before taxes are filed,when times start to get hard during the winter. That is the main reason I have taken the liberty to release this during the winter months, in order to let you have a glimpse into what “real world” couples in my community go through in their relationships. I believe that their stories should be shared, and if problems can be addressed here, then maybe other couplesreading their stories will not feel soalone as they daily experience the challenges of love.