Sunday, October 18, 2009

Kiss Me Again by Barbara Wilson

Kiss Me Again - Restoring Lost Intimacy in Marriage
Written by: Barbara Wilson


Many married women genuinely want to feel more desire toward their husbands. But while sex before marriage was hard to resist, now resisting seems like all they do. In her new book, Barbara Wilson shows how couples can suffer for years from the “invisible bonds” of previous relationships without even knowing it. Hidden emotions of distrust, shame, and resentment can sabotage even the most loving marriage.

In Kiss Me Again, Wilson :
· Shares her own story of healing and renewed desire
· Helps women forgive themselves and their husbands for past choices
· Shows readers how to break free from “invisible bonds”
· Explains God’s plan for helping a husband and wife to re-bond
· Includes conversation helps for both wives and their husbands
· Helps couples reignite the passion that they thought was lost
With assessment tools, write-in exercises, and gentle guidance, Kiss Me Again offers a biblical plan for rekindling the closeness and passion women long for in marriage. Because no past is beyond the reach of God’s healing touch.

Author Bio:
Barbara Wilson is the author of The Invisible Bond and former director of sexual health education for the Alternatives Pregnancy Resource Center in Sacramento . She speaks nationwide to youth and adults with her message of sexual healing, and she teaches frequently in the women’s ministry at the multi-campus Bayside Church in Northern California . Barbara and her husband, Eric, have been married for twenty-eight years.

To purchase this book, please click on the cover of the book at the top of this post.
This book was provided for review by the WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group.
This book was a good read and I could see where both solid marriages and struggling marriages could benefit form reading this book.  The way the book is set up allows for you to navigate through a 'study' if you will on on your own.  The book has a 10 week study included within the very pages of the book.  I could see where you could easily skip over places that might not apply to you or your relationship and still learn and grow from other parts of the book.

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