Christine Willson was born in London, England where her mother, a retired registered nurse, and siblings reside. She has a Bachelor of Science degree in accounting from Chapman University in Orange, California. Christine enjoys spending time with her two beautiful daughters in San Diego and holidays in London with family.
Her friends call her loyal and reliable with an infectious smile. Her life’s journey has taught her to be selective about the company she keeps and her choice of lovers. She went against all odds when family and friends did not think her then-boyfriend was a compatible lover. Hailed from two very different upbringings and sets of values, Christine broke the stereotype, and love brought them together in marriage. She is now sharing The Screen Saver because she did not listen to her intuition; the truth was covered by a “screen saver.” There were many signs of the relationship not being right, but she was willing to make it work instead of being a quitter. She hopes that readers can imagine what it feels like to be walking through the journey of her marriage and learn from her experiences.
At what price are you willing to let your marriage go? When both hearts are in union, there’s beauty in the sanctity of marriage. Real power lies in sharing life’s experiences and being vulnerable. I am sharing my pain and fear in such a way that you will recognize the meaning of your life and create a positive vision for your own journey. Does the marriage vow “for better or for worse” include theft, fraud, or cheating? What is your understanding of “for better or for worse”?
The Screen Saver
This book is mainly to share my experience—to try and understand my life and the forces that have shaped me—but mostly to let the reader know that if your relationship isn't right, you can’t fix it if both parties are not willing to continue the journey. My hope is that women will gain self-worth and clarity in their relationships.
My journey started from meeting a man with a beautiful heart. We hailed from two very different family backgrounds; we were raised very differently. However, he eventually won my heart through my six-year-old daughter. He also won the hearts of my mother and siblings in London, England.
After thirteen years of marriage, the true man I married emerged.
“Was this marriage and lovely home we lived in worth me living a miserable life?” I then realized that a “screen saver” created a blurry vision in many instances. There were signs of mistrust between my ex and his friends and business partners. I ignored all the signs.
Let’s take a moment to think about the meaning of the words we recite in our wedding vows. What a commitment we make in that moment before God and witnesses! The vows become empty words of tradition when you marry a con man like I did.
Being Yourself Takes Guts
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