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Preparing Your Daughter for Every Woman's Battle: Creative Conversations about Sexual and Emotional Integrityby Shannon Ethridge
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Where Will Your Daughter Turn for Answers About Sex?
Long before we may realize it, our daughters are bombarded with messages about sex–from friends, advertisers, media icons, and more. All of this input–along with the whirlwind of emotions that accompany puberty–can leave them confused, filled with unasked questions about boys, dating, sex, and their own value.
While you may believe that your preteen or early adolescent is too young for “the talk,” now is the perfect time for creative conversations about sexuality. By introducing key principles and truths during these teachable years, you can lay a foundation that will help your daughter withstand the inevitable pressures young women face. And you’ll create a lasting bond, establishing yourself as a trustworthy authority who is willing to help her address the sensitive issues in her life.
Recognizing how awkward it can be to confront the topic of sex, author Shannon Ethridge guides you and your daughter through enjoyable yet memorable discussions about sexuality, purity, and dating–leading to a deeper understanding of and appreciation for God’s standards. Preparing Your Daughter for Every Woman’s Battle provides creative tools that will give you the courage and confidence to talk openly and honestly with your daughter–and instill values that will lead her to a lifetime of sexual and emotional integrity.
From the Trade Paperback edition.
Praise for Preparing Your Daughter for Every Woman's Battle
Preparing Your Daughter for Every Woman's Battle is a book for every mom of a young daughter. If you read this book and integrate it into your relationship with your daughter while she is young, you will lay a firm foundation for the potentially stressful and stormy days of adolescence. Too many moms wait until the storms come to discuss these important matters with their children. If you want your daughter to pursue purity, then don't wait to read this book
-Sharon Hersh, author of Mom, Everyone Else Does
When has there been a more urgent time for this newest addition to the series? Shannon Ethridge answers the questions anxious mothers are asking, and in a thorough, straight-on way. I wish I'd had this book when my daughter was growing up.
-Nancy Rue, author of the Lily and the Sophie serie
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