Identify If You're Trapped, Learn How To Survive The Trap, And Get Ready To Be Relieved In This Life Changing Book!

"An Educational Book for the Married, Divorced and Singles thinking to Tie the Knot!"



How many times have you heard "Your marriage isn't working, because God isn't in it?" That's an understatement because even people who believe in God, fail in their marriages. Some believers think, that despite the reality of a failing situation, praying and fasting would change the outcome. However, one has to know when to quit otherwise, it become a Trap in Disguise.

In his time of despair, Papoo went to the Bible for answers. Though the answers were inspiring, they did not change the reality of his situation. Depending on what he read in the bible, how it was interpreted and applied to his life, made marriage an Experiment In Individuality To The Tune Of One's Tolerance.

In this Tell-All Biblical Soap Opera, Papoo takes you on an emotional roller coaster through the Good, Bad and Ugly of his three marriages. His goal is to present real life marriage problems that you can, perhaps, learn from. And to examine biblical accounts of troubled marriages, with hopes of helping you survive the TRAP.


When couples make vows such as, "I promise to love, cherish and obey" and "To have and to hold, from this day forward, for better for worse, for richer for poorer, in sickness and in health, till death do us part", which is, indeed, a great sales pitch, but barely holds up. It follows then that in the face of new and problematic realities, couples could not have foreseen, the need to recast the creed of the marriage vow is inevitable.

Papoo Outland was born and raised in Liberia. He came to the US in 1978, and has lived in Atlanta, Georgia ever since. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Philosophy, and an MBA.

This novice author blazes the scenes with his quick, witty knowledge and argumentative perspective on relationships, particularly marriage. He views marriage as a sensitive topic for many who have been married and are currently married. What distinguishes him from others who have written on this topic is that he challenges readers to think critically about the topic instead of accepting already established rules without question. It’s simple to judge your spouse: ‘Let me take the speck out of your eye,’ while there is still a beam in your own eye. Papoo has a special interest in married couples because he has been down that road three times. He believes that you can learn from his mistakes.

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