Adultery Is Universal

Adultery Is Universal


  • Author : Rica Gold
  • Publisher : Dog Ear Publishing
  • Release Date : 2011-10
  • Genre: Family & Relationships
  • Pages : 224
  • ISBN 10 : 9781457506680


Adultery Is Universal Book Description :

This looks ultra exciting -- fascinating and very well organized. It's a book I would absolutely buy. When I encountered infidelity in my marriage, I searched at length for helpful literature. Your book would have jumped off the shelf. Linda B. Spiritual Philosophy Teacher This engaging and entertaining book delivers powerful stories and insightful tools to empower couples to achieve extraordinary success. An essential instruction manual for intimate relationships. David Krueger MD, Executive Mentor Coach Author, The Secret Language of Money www.MentorPath.com Nearly half of all Americans think marriage is obsolete. Marrying another person, uniting legally with commitment, has usually been the basis for the formation of families. Traditional marriage and family life is still desired by the majority of our society and most Americans believe that being faithful to one's spouse is required and expected. Still, infidelity happens... and often. If you picked up this book and are having an affair, in an exclusive relationship, have been betrayed by your partner, plan on being married, have secret conversations with someone you met online, worry about couples cheating as the norm today, this book is for you. An issue splashed across the media virtually every day, occurring in both celebrity and private lives, it is the right time to address marriage, committed relationships, extra-marital affairs, cybersex, communication problems, the evolution of women in society as it relates to marriage, and our American sexualized society today. Rica Gold, Ph.D., formally practiced as a licensed Marriage Family Therapist for more than twenty years and hosted her own live radio and television shows. She is currently the owner of Clear Transitions, Life and Wellness Coaching, providing individual and group coaching to both the business and private sector. An online college instructor in Communication Studies, she is also a provider for the Board of Behavioral Science, authoring Continuat

Adultery

Adultery


  • Author : Louise A. DeSalvo
  • Publisher : Beacon Press (MA)
  • Release Date : 1999
  • Genre: Psychology
  • Pages : 165
  • ISBN 10 : UVA:X004393449


Adultery Book Description :

The author compares the realities of adultery, including own husband's affair, with the romanticized portrayal of adultery in fiction

Homewrecker

Homewrecker


  • Author : Daphne Gottlieb
  • Publisher :
  • Release Date : 2005
  • Genre: Literary Collections
  • Pages : 184
  • ISBN 10 : IND:30000102877184


Homewrecker Book Description :

Combining nonfiction, fiction, and poetry, this exploration of marital infidelity looks as S&M in "The Other Man," homosexuality in marriage in "Sex and the Married Dyke," and Internet sex in "Confessions of a Dial-Up Gigolo," among other stories. Original.

Adultery

Adultery


  • Author : Paul Davis
  • Publisher : Xulon Press
  • Release Date : 2007-01-01
  • Genre: Religion
  • Pages : 88
  • ISBN 10 : 9781600348532


Adultery Book Description :

According to Davis, adultery is a living hell. In this work he warns readers about the dangers of adultery so that they do not become another casualty of infidelity and divorce. (Relationships)

Adultery and Divorce in Calvin s Geneva

Adultery and Divorce in Calvin s Geneva


  • Author : Robert McCune Kingdon
  • Publisher : Harvard University Press
  • Release Date : 1995
  • Genre: History
  • Pages : 214
  • ISBN 10 : 067400521X


Adultery and Divorce in Calvin s Geneva Book Description :

In Calvin's Geneva, the changes associated with the Reformation were particularly abrupt and far-reaching, in large part owing to John Calvin himself. Adultery and Divorce in Calvin's Geneva makes two major contributions to our understanding of this time. The first is to the history of divorce. The second is in illustrating the operations of the Consistory of Geneva--an institution designed to control in all its variety the behavior of the entire population--which was established at Calvin's insistence in 1541. This mandate came shortly after the city officially adopted Protestantism in 1536, a time when divorce became legally possible for the first time in centuries. Robert Kingdon illustrates the changes that accompanied the earliest Calvinist divorces by examining in depth a few of the most dramatic cases and showing how divorce affected real individuals. He considers first, and in the most detail, divorce for adultery, the best-known grounds for divorce and the best documented. He also covers the only other generally accepted grounds for these early divorces--desertion. The second contribution of the book, to show the work of the Consistory of Geneva, is a first step toward a fuller study of the institution. Kingdon has supervised the first accurate and complete transcription of the twenty-one volumes of registers of the Consistory and has made the first extended use of these materials, as well as other documents that have never before been so fully utilized.