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I have a friend who has often recommended the solid advice and simple direct treatment of Linda Dillow’s Intimate Issues. So, when I was offered a copy of the new reissue, I jumped at it.
Sex is one of those issues that is tough in a marriage. It seems that one partner often has a stronger drive than the other, or even if both are willing the demands of parenting make it last on the list. In addition, many people carry baggage in this area. And it’s something that’s often hard to discuss — with your spouse or with a friend. So, enter Linda Dillow who is willing to answer the “Twenty-One Questions Christian Women Ask About Sex.”
This book is quite thorough. The following issues are some of the ones addressed:
- How do I shift into sexual gear?
- What if I don’t want to do it?
- Where can I go to buy a new body?
- How can I get over the guilt of past sexual sin?
- Help! I’m attracted to another man.
- What can I do when HE has a headache?
- How can sex go from boring to sizzling?
- What’s not okay in bed?
Dillow backs her advice with Biblical teaching, not just her opinion. She is clear to point out when the Bible definitely prohibits certain behavior and when it’s not mentioned specifically she uses other passages in the Bible to shed light on the subject.
In the appendix she offers a twelve-week Bible study to becoming a godly and sensuous wife if you want to go one step further in your effort to be a better wife. Can you think of a Valentine’s Day present that your husband would want more?
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This post was written by contributing editor Jennifer Donovan, who also blogs at Snapshot and is managing editor of 5 Minutes for Books.
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