Is There Sex After Marriage

Author: Carol Botwin
Publisher: New York : Pocket Books ; Markham, Ont. : Distributed in Canada by PaperJacks
ISBN: 9780671607784
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Is There Sex After Marriage . Draws on information from the nation's leading sex therapists, marriage counselors, and psychiatrists to explain how subtle issues involving anger, fear of intimacy, and power can erode or destroy a sexual relationship

Is There Really Sex After Kids

Author: Jill Savage
Publisher: Harper Collins
ISBN: 0310237432
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Is There Really Sex After Kids . Identifies the impact of children on the sexual dynamics between a husband and wife, offering women creative advice on how to restore intimacy and passion in a marriage while raising a family. Original.

Men Under A Microscope

Author: Kelda
Publisher: Author House
ISBN: 149181571X
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Men Under A Microscope. Things that are considered practical and logical when trying to obtain a general understanding of men, are, in fact, straightforward. Before I wrote my "man bible," I pondered the phenomenon of how men seemed to be so complex in their reactions toward women. Taking a closer look, and through studying episode after episode with them, I've realized that they function in accordance with their primal drive, which revealed them like an open book. Through this revelation, I've noticed many systematic patterns that seem to carry through from man to man in the ways that they think and react, whenever they are in those situations that we women care about and men wish they, too, had a greater understanding of! So if you, man or woman, would like to be enlightened about a man's most commonly traveled course when he's involved with a woman, take a look at my guide for a greater understanding.

Marriage Shock

Author: Dalma Heyn
Publisher: Open Road Media
ISBN: 1453211535
Size: 58.26 MB
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Marriage Shock. Relationship expert Dalma Heyn asks not what is good for marriage but what is good for women in marriage—a question, she finds, that promises a much different answer and more fulfilling lives Marriage, as we are told, makes a woman complete, more womanly. Why, then, do so many brides discover that the fun-loving, passionate single gal they used to be has been transformed into a woman recognizable only as a wife—a woman who unconsciously represses her own needs, wants, and vitality “for the sake of the marriage”? Attacking the pervasive cultural myths that ask a wife to choose between her marriage and her own growth and self-expansion, Marriage Shock explores the ways in which wives can overcome deeply ingrained social and personal expectations and flourish both as wives and as individuals. This ebook features a new introduction by Dalma Heyn and an illustrated biography including rare photos from the author’s personal collection.

Finding A Life Partner

Author: Rajendra Gour
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 9781456726454
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Finding A Life Partner. “This is a valuable journey that the writer takes us all on in his book. He hopes the lesson he learned and the tips his book off ers its readers will make their life journey smooth and happy.” Is There a New and Better Way? “The writer tries to show how we can find and build a good relationship with a marriage partner. He deals with important cultural and societal issues that might lead to our not getting married and problems that can lead to divorce or worse after marriage. The author also discusses practical solutions and ideas for how we can address and resolve the problems that do often appear in all relationships and marriages. It is most interesting that at the end the author strongly suggests that most good marriages do come full circle and both partners do accept that what they have is positive and spiritual and worth keeping. Th at is the valuable journey this writer takes us all on in this book and the lesson he hopes this book gives to his readers” “Society always evolves, and it is always good to take what worked well in the past with you to create a better future.”

A Powerful Marriage

Author: David Albert Farmer
Publisher: TEACH Services, Inc.
ISBN: 9781572582255
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A Powerful Marriage. Many couples marry believing their marriage will be a bed of roses; that love for each other is all that counts. But we have to remember that roses grow on bushes full of thorns. And often when a rose is picked, we get pricked. And what happens when we are pricked? Hurt and pain follows. Marriage can be one of roses and violets. A well balanced marriage is one that can adjust to the understanding that both exist. No one can have everything just like they want it. Every married person must do the best they can in making room for flexibility in their marriage. The marriage institution was designed of Heaven to be a blessing to man; but, in general sense it has been abused in such a manner as to make it a dreadful curse. Most of men and women have acted in entering the marriage relation, as though the only question for them to settle was, whether they loved each other. But they should realize that a responsibility rests upon them in the marriage relation farther than this. God does not promise us ease, honor or wealth in His service.

Ladies Please

Author: José Covaco
Publisher: Random House India
ISBN: 8184006322
Size: 20.10 MB
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Ladies Please . Try as you may, you won’t get the answer because we’re guys and we come from Mars where it’s an alien-eat-alien world. Most of the time we’re confused as heck and need a girl to set us straight but all the other times we pretty much know what we want. The same way how we can’t figure you lot out and why you need so many pairs of shoes, we too can be hard nuts (all puns intended) to crack. Girls rule. That’s a fact no guy can deny. That said, there are a few things about you that drive us crazy and make us go running across continents and enroll into witness protection programmes to get as far away from you as possible. Here’s a book that’ll help you if not figure us out, save you from a few nasty dates and know when to run screaming, because at the end of the day boys will be boys.

The Act Of Marriage After 40

Author: Tim F. LaHaye
Publisher: Harper Collins
ISBN: 0310231140
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The Act Of Marriage After 40. The founder of Tim LaHaye Ministries discusses marriage after forty, honestly confronting the physical and psychological issues surrounded sexuality during the passage through mid-life.

Love Sex Marriage Middle Age

Author: Conor McCarthy
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134397704
Size: 20.70 MB
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Love Sex Marriage Middle Age. First published in 2004. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Same Sex Marriage And Children

Author: Carlos A. Ball
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199977895
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Same Sex Marriage And Children. Same-Sex Marriage and Children is the first book to bring together historical, social science, and legal considerations to comprehensively respond to the objections to same-sex marriage that are based on the need to promote so-called "responsible procreation" and child welfare. Carlos A. Ball places the current marriage debates within a broader historical context by exploring how the procreative and child welfare claims used to try to deny same-sex couples the opportunity to marry are similar to earlier arguments used to defend interracial marriage bans, laws prohibiting disabled individuals from marrying, and the differential treatment of children born out of wedlock. Ball also draws a link between welfare reform and same-sex marriage bans by explaining how conservative proponents have defended both based on the need for the government to promote responsible procreation among heterosexuals. In addition, Ball examines the social science studies relied on by opponents of same-sex marriage and explains in a highly engaging and accessible way why they do not support the contention that biological status and parental gender matter when it comes to parenting. He also explores the relevance of the social science studies on the children of lesbians and gay men to the question of whether same-sex couples have a constitutional right to marry. In doing so, the book looks closely at the gay marriage cases that reached the Supreme Court and explains why the constitutionality of same-sex marriage bans could not be defended on the basis that maintaining marriage as an exclusively heterosexual institution promoted the best interests of children. Same-Sex Marriage and Children will help lawyers, law professors, judges, legislators, social and political scientists, historians, and child welfare officials-as well as general readers interested in matters related to marriage and families-understand the empirical and legal issues behind the intersection of same-sex marriage and children's welfare.