Synopses & Reviews
Every so often, a book comes along that tells the truth about women, This is just such a book. Written in an engaging, accessible style, counselor and author Paula Rinehart shares the real stories and Insights of women struggling to make their way through the sexual maze of our day. Women who wonder why their relationships with men move from one unsatisfying, loveless encounter to the next. Women who look back on their sexual past with regret. Women who sense that sex has a spiritual meaning and context rarely talked about. Women who want to heal from broken sexual bonds with men in their past. This book invites you to explore issues that sit at the core of who you are--to consider where your sexuality and your relationship with God meet In this book you will hear a voice that validates the toss and sense of betrayal that come in the wake of broken relationships with men. As Rinehart writes, "Perhaps we are ready for someone to connect the emotional dots--to see our virginity and innocence, our longing for an enduring relationship as something that is rightfully ours, something meant to be. The void we feel has a reason and a name. Perhaps despite all the hype to the contrary, we actually long for someone to remind us of the beauty and passion and tender strength that's possible in a relationship with a good man." This book helps you move past the past--and into a whole new place, free of the bondage and empty promises of the sexual insanity of our day.
A provocative, engaging look at the changes in sexual expression, the price women pay for these changes, and the means God offers to help women claim their sexual promise--real stories and insights from women struggling to make their way through the sexual maze.
Written in an engaging, accessible style, counselor and author Rinehart shares the real stories and insights of women struggling to make their way through the sexual maze of today.
Recapture Your Heart's Truest Longings
Deep in her heart, every woman longs for a man to see her beauty and cherish it. We long to be pursued and courted, and to make love to someone who truly loves us for keeps.
Yet today, "healthy and normal" implies giving ourselves sexually with no expectation of depth, intimacy, or commitment. We're expected to handle our relationships with men with no jealousy when they're threatened, no fear of their ending, and no grief when they do. The proof of our equality with men has become our ability to flatline a broken heart.
Compassionate counselor Paula Rinehart understands the high price a woman pays in loosening her sexual boundaries, and the unique role sex plays in forging a bond meant to last a lifetime. She shows you how to break free from the bondage of misused sexuality and how to create a whole new start with men.