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Vendor: Thomas Nelson
Publication Date: 1994
Availability: In Stock
Many couples put more planning into the wedding ceremony than they do for what comes after the wedding. Intelligent, deliberate preparation for a lifetime of sexual leasure is a worthy investment you won't regret. In Getting Your Sex Life Off to a Great Start, renowned sexual counselors and best-selling authors Clifford and Joyce Penner guide you through an encouraging process that begins by dispelling sexual myths and then guides you in getting to know yourself and each other emotionally and physically. With reassuring enthusiasm and straightforward advice, the Penners show you how to clarify your expectations and pursue the joyous marital passion described in Scripture. Through creative, step-by-step exercises and easy-to-understand examples, you'll learn how to:
- Design a successful honeymoon
- Prepare for your first sexual time together
- Choose and use family planning
- Create a mutually enjoyable wedding night
- Get past disappointments
- Keep the spark alive
Thousands of couples have discovered the marvelous gift of a positive sexual relationship through the Penners' helpful books and enlightening seminars. As your wedding day nears-or even if you're already newlyweds-this extraordinary book will help you get your sex life off to a great start.
Joel W.5 Stars Out Of 5July 18, 2008Joel W.If you are engaged to be married, read this book. While there are a few areas that we disagreed with the authors, for the most part it was an excellent tool to starting our sex life. This is a must for couples to dispel common misconceptions and expand what knowledge one already possesses. God made sex and in marriage it is to be enjoyed and not a great mystery. Both of you must read this to get the full benefit and openly talk about this one aspect of your pending marriage. To get a good balance try reading this one with "Intended for Pleasure" by Ed Wheat to take you beyond the honeymoon and give a better grounding of the theology of sex and marriage.
Chuck Cunningham5 Stars Out Of 5February 1, 2003Chuck CunninghamAn excellent instruction manual on how we can give our bodies to each other in marriage as commanded in I Cor. 7:3. "Unto the wife, let the husband render what is her due, and, in like manner, the wife also, unto the husband." The epilogue is wonderful. "Two become one: A symbol of Christ and the Church." A required book for all engaged or married couples.