The Passion Principles (Unabridged, Mp3)
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About "The Passion Principles (Unabridged, Mp3)"
Move beyond the mechanics of sex to a rich and rewarding connection!God's desire is that you and your spouse enjoy a vibrant sexual relationship without inhibition, awkwardness, fear, resentment, guilt, or shame. With honesty and frankness, life coach and bestselling author Shannon Ethridge opens the minds of both husbands and wives to embrace a lifestyle of passion and pleasure.Divided into four sections, The Passion Principles helps couples celebrate the spiritual, mental, emotional, and physical dimensions of sexuality. Questions include: * What was God thinking when He created sex? * Why do humans think about sex so much? * Will there be sex in heaven? * How did we get such different ideas about sex and love? * How can I get past his or her sexual past? * How can I help my spouse heal from the sexual abuses he or she suffered? * What if my heart is telling me I married the wrong person? * How can we balance mismatched sex drives?Some chapters end with questions for personal contemplation or for couples to use as conversation starters, and other chapters end with prayers that foster a deeper spiritual and emotional connection, making this audiobook a perfect guide to a more passionate love life.
Meet the Author
Shannon Ethridge is the best-selling author of "Every Woman's Battle" and coauthor of "Every Young Woman's Battle," as well as a wife, mother, speaker, and lay counselor." Previously a youth pastor and abstinence educator, Shannon has a master's degree in counseling/human relations from Liberty University and she speaks regularly on the Teen Mania Ministries campus and in a variety of other church and college settings. Shannon lives in east Texas with her husband, Greg, and their two children, Erin and Matthew.
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The book is quite straightforward, which I like! It's not a set of instructions for physical intimacy, but rather an exploration of sexuality and pleasurepassion from a biblical perspective. Chapters 4-6 were most interesting to me, as the author used scripture to build the idea of sexuality systematically. Later in the book, the author doesn't hold back on descriptions of the body, and the possibilities one can explore in a mutually submissive manner. Conservatives and Traditionals, approach with caution.