Believe me, I've been dealing with being asked such questions from childhood to adulthood.I've been asked every sort of invasive personal question you might imagine—and some you'd never think of, I assure you."In fact, as Nick goes on to recall, during a 2012 live television appearance in Dallas, a female reporter asked him how it was that he and his wife were able to make a baby.Those individuals, whether male or female, often have difficulty breaking the cycle, even though they know it is wrong in every way to strike a spouse in anger.You should never enter into a marriage with someone who has harmed you in the past unless you are positive it will not happen again. Marriage and parenthood can be very stressful, but violence should never be an option, and respect for each other should be maintained even when you have disagreements and misunderstandings. Excerpted by permission of Water Brook Press, a division of Penguin Random House, Inc. No part of this excerpt may be reproduced or reprinted without permission in writing from the publisher.My uncle Batta is a very committed Christian and a great supporter and mentor to me.He is also an extremely passionate and expressive person. Batta is known especially for his long and heartfelt prayers and blessings.
Marriages are full of challenges, and Uncle Batta believes that being equally yoked in faith gives couples an advantage in dealing with those challenges.
I sympathize with the guys who were interested in courting his daughters.
Uncle Batta is known for having private meetings with them to quiz them on their intentions.
A native of Australia, he now lives in Southern California with his wife and co-author of this book, Kanae, and their son Kiyoshi.
Being born with tetra-amelia syndrome (without limbs), since his youth Nick had been plagued with the fear that "no woman would ever love me or want to marry me," the Australian-born Serbian evangelist writes in .