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The Daily Hazards of a Middle Eastern Wife
     CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Title : The Daily Hazards of a Middle Eastern Wife
Author : Soad Nasr
Publisher : CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Country : Egpypt
Language : English
ISBN/ISSN : 978-1514720516
Published year : 2015
Number of pages : 150
Book subject : literature/critical essays
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Name of Presenter: Soad Nasr
Presentation Data English:
From meeting your future mate to dealing with the in-laws, there are certain issues that brides all over the world seem to face. For this reason, marriage in the Middle East is more similar to Western culture than you might think.

But when it comes to marrying in the Arab world, women also deal with some unique factors you won't find anywhere else.

With open honesty and plenty of humor, "The Daily Hazards of a Middle Eastern Wife" examines the intricacies of relationships, weddings, child-rearing, and other aspects of Middle Eastern life—from the point of view of an Egyptian housewife who's seen it all.

Author Soad Nasr is a stay-at-home mom who, inspired by her enjoyment of married life, set out to disclose some of the more interesting aspects of marriage in the Middle Eastern world.

Author's Profile:
Since childhood, Soad Nasr has dreamed of becoming a NASA astronaut and finding a cure for cancer. Now, as a housewife and a stay-at-home mom, she pursues more realistic goals—like an undisturbed night’s sleep and a great cup of coffee.

While enjoying the time she gets to spend with her family, Nasr was inspired to write The Daily Hazards of a Middle Eastern Wife, which contains some of the more interesting issues regarding marriage in the Arab world.