When does an affair begin? Not with the first forbidden touch, but with the first forbidden thought. Unexpectedly, you find yourself enjoying a powerful emotional bond with another man. You feel like you matter to someone again. And the door you thought was locked so firmly–the door to sexual infidelity–is suddenly ajar.
The only way women can survive the intense struggle for sexual integrity is by guarding not just your body, but your mind and heart as well. Every Woman’s Battle can help you learn to do that. Using real-life stories and examples from her own struggle, Shannon Ethridge helps women like you–whether married, engaged, or planning to marry someday.
A wonderful read. Its very enlightening and revealing .I definitely would read it again. thanks
Very good audible book. Very much enjoyed listening to it however a bit too much reference to god and found it a bit difficult to relate to in the later chapters - I am catholic but not THAT religious!
I've been married for 11 years and can relate to a lot of the material in the book. Worthy of the time and credit...
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This book touched me. It's a blessing to have another female know and understand sexual struggles. Thank you!
excellent book! a must read for every christian woman regardless of your marital status.
This is a book that I think all women should listen to they will learn alot about themselves and God. Many things that I thought was okay are really not acceptable in God's sight.
What was most disappointing about Shannon Ethridge’s story?
Her portrayl of "large" women is what really threw me off! I assume she feels that women who are overweight don't fall in love or have feelings. This book was obviously written with a smaller woman in mind. With references to how women feel when compared to a larger woman in the gym changing room, and when shopping at the grocery store you feel better about yourself when you see the large woman in the cookie isle, you feel better about yourself as you leave the store with healthy food. Then you see the more attractive and fit woman in the produce isle and it makes you feel self conciese. Are we to assume that only fat women buy cookies? WTF? This has nothing to do with the message of this book so why include it - I guess becaus that is her biased views on fat women and how she compares with them. This book is a joke!
Also, the author raised a lot of questions but never really gave the answer? I perfer the question and answer given at the same time to get the full message.
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