What I Never Knew When I Said, “I do”
A concise guide to maintaining a peaceful and loving relationship
- Is it possible to plan for a successful marriage?
- What are the signs of a healthy relationship?
- What are the most common mistakes to avoid?
- What if I become attracted to another man?
- How will children impact our marriage?
- How can we ensure that our love will last a lifetime?
A good relationship can be a bed of roses – but you still have to watch out for the thorns! This helpful guide to navigating the early years of marriage tackles head-on many of the common issues that young married couples face.
“…what tradition expects of a relationship vs. the reality of how things are…”Dee Cole
About the Author
Business Analyst Consultant
Bolaji Eyo lives in Hertfordshire with her husband and two lovely daughters. She owns and runs Sophianna’s Bakery, a bespoke cake boutique business. Her debut novel, ‘Good girls don’t put out’ was released in January 2017. When she doesn’t have her face stuck in a book or writing, she can be found in the kitchen, baking and decorating beautiful cakes. She is also a Certified Business Analyst Professional and has worked as a Business Analyst Consultant for the last ten years.
Bolaji Eyo’s work was recently dedicated at Jesus House London where author Bolaji Eyo had the opportunity to share some marriage advice.read more
Bolaji Eyo, author of What I Never Knew When I said I do was invited to speak at a Single's Summit at RCCG, The Lord's Vine in Essex. The aim of the event was to provide dating and marriage advice from a Christian perspective and encourage attendees to use...read more
Author Bolaji Eyo recently hosted an event for the launch of ‘What I never knew when I said I do’, a concise guide to maintaining healthy relationships.read more
Author Bolaji Eyo will be launching her book about marriage, ‘What I Never Knew When I Said “I do”‘, at the Holiday Inn in Borehamwood.read more
Endorsements and Reviews
Dee Cole, CEO
This is a stunning read and a page-turner. Bolaji [describes] what tradition expects of a relationship vs. the reality of how things are. This will help both women and men break free and change their mentality in terms of what is ‘expected’, and also be able to make a head-start before getting into a serious relationship.
Dr Fikayo Manuwa, Medical Doctor
I have known Bolaji for almost two decades. From girls, we grew to women. I could relate to many of the stories as I was there, and to others because I’m also in a marriage. We were in relatively similar situations: we got pregnant, then then got married.
This book is obviously from her heart, and Bolaji was guided by the Lord. Years of marriage and years of having a truly understanding partner who is willing to work with her all the way have given her the grace to write this.
Anyone who is about to say, “I do!” should read this – and anyone who [is already married will find this will] help with their relationship.
A truly worthy read.
Dr Fikayo Manuwa
Toyin A, Reviewer for Instagram account @toyinldr
Her lessons are apt and so relevant to anyone who wants to improve their relationship. It is written in such a way to make you reflect about things you want to change or maintain.
“Anyone who is about to say, ‘I do!’ should read this…”Dr Fikayo Manuwa
In the Media
Bolaji Eyo was interviewed by the Daily Mail about marriage, the topic at the centre of her book ‘What I Never Knew when I said I Do’.
‘What I never knew when I said I do’ by Bolaji Eyo receives glowing review from Toyin A on Instagram.
Find out how you can make the most of your early years of marriage in ‘What I Never Knew When I Said “I do”‘. Watch the video to learn more.