Unbeknownst to many, a successful relationship and a lasting marriage requires more than the temporary, all-consuming love and attraction felt at the very beginning. As time moves forward and the seas of the relationship become rough and churning, we must know how to avoid and recover from the shipwreck of separation and divorce.
In Marriage Enemy, Paul Fearon guides readers through the learning curve of relationships. After years of demotivation, depression, anxiety, and suicidal ideations, Fearon became inspired by stories of the failed marriages of others and his own experience with two failed marriages. It was then that he decided to look deeper into the innerworkings and all too common negative habits of human relationships. With training in leadership and relationship connection, Fearon’s role as a mentor, motivator, and relationship-problem resolution coach and coordinator has created a passion for imparting knowledge and understanding to those who are struggling in self and relationship fulfillment.
It is Fearon’s belief that the greatest asset for building healthy relationships is the establishment of a quality relationship between man and God. The Enemy will always attack our areas of struggle, but relationships do not have to be a source of contention. God’s Word describes the fundamental principles for relationship success, but it is the lack of understanding of these principles that lead so many to relationship failure. We must remember that each sunken ship is a reminder of a crucial mistake made, but if we manage to build our relationships with a solid foundation, strong hull, and steadfast captain, we can navigate any sea, no matter the weather.
Meet Paul Fearon, a Jamaican living in the USA. He is the father of Monique and Paula-Ann Fearon. Paul graduated with honors from Bethel Bible College and Edna Manley College of the Visual and Performing Arts, Jamaica.
He wears many hats, including mentor, motivator, coach, coordinator, songwriter, music director, gospel artiste, and worship leader. He is passionate about imparting knowledge.
His two divorces and personal struggles with depression and anxiety inspired him to write this book. He believes that a lack of understanding of the basic elements of a successful relationship leads to its demise.