With Leader's Guide and Personal Reflections A practical guide to help women rise above frustrations and disappointments to restore intimacy, pleasure, spontaneity, and passion in marriage What's happened to our sex life now that we have kids? Many moms may not ask this question aloud, but Jill Savage knows from years of leading Hearts at Home conferences that no workshop subject will more quickly fill a room. Having children in the home alters the sexual dynamic between husband and wife. Going from making meatloaf to making love, from practical mommy to passionate lover, all in one crowded evening has its own set of unique challenges. Is There Really Sex After Kids? is written by a mom, for moms, and filled with practical ideas. This is not a clinical book on sexual technique, though readers will find some creative suggestions. It isn't a counselor's text, though it contains the sage wisdom of a mentor and friend. It is a woman-to-woman discussion---a true insider's look---at what works to build intimacy outside the bedroom and improve intimacy inside the bedroom.
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Jill Savage is a writer, speaker and the founder of Hearts at Home. Author of Professionalizing Motherhood and Is There Really Sex After Kids?, she leads the Hearts at Home organization in its mission to exalt God while encouraging, educating, and equipping mothers in their personal and family lives. She and her husband, Mark, live in Normal, Illinois, with their five children. SPANISH BIO: Jill Savage escritora, orador y fundadora de Hearts at Home. Ed autora de Madre de profesion y Is There Really Sex After Kids?, y dirige la organizacion Hearts at Home en su mision de exaltar a Dios y alentar, educar y capacitar a las madres para su vida personal y famililiar. Ella y su esposo Mark viven en Normal, Illinois, con sus cinco hijos.From Publishers Weekly:
Good Christian moms who are a bit shocked by the title of this book may be even more startled to learn that it comes with a group discussion guide. While not explicit, the book is refreshingly frank and down-to-earth, offering exhausted moms an opportunity to reflect on sex (or the lack thereof) and its importance in their lives. It's really a book about marital intimacy in all its manifestations, including emotional and intellectual closeness as well as sexuality. Savage is honest about her own struggles, mentioning times when her marriage "hit rock-bottom" and she had to learn about creating a marriage-centered family rather than a child-centered family. After she had kids, she says, "making meat loaf was a higher priority than making love." Now a mother of four, she and her husband lead marriage-encounter workshops and counsel couples who are experiencing intimacy conflicts. This book, which is occasionally repetitive but always sensible, is the distillation of the Savages' advice, and features questions for reflection at the close of each chapter.
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Descripción Zondervan, 2003. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería P110310237432
Descripción Zondervan, 2003. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería DADAX0310237432