These ten amazing women have all faced pornography in their marriage. Each one is an active member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Their ages range from the 20's to the 50's and they currently live all over the world. Five are still married, five divorced (with most of those remarried). But all are happy and at peace because of their faith in Jesus Christ and His Atonement.
LDS women do not talk openly about their personal problems with pornography, usually because there is a husband to be protected, but they often wish they could because women gain strength from sharing with other women. The open, supportive, and personal nature of this book will help satisfy that need in a non-embarrassing, safe way. The women who have read this book have begged us to share it with others, saying, "Every woman should read this book!" and "It was talking about something so horrible and yet I felt so uplifted!" One woman gained so much courage and peace from reading these stories that she was finally able to take a stand against the pornography in her marriage.
LDS men need this book, too! The men who have read this collection have described it as "insightful" and "helpful." One man read these stories and decided to finally get help for his pornography addiction. Another man said that it gave him more empathy for women, which then increased his ability to love his wife and fight his addiction.
LDS bishops and leaders, we are especially hopeful that you will read this eBook and be able to better help a husband who is addicted to pornography and his wife who needs just as much empathy and support.
Everyone is affected by pornography in today's pornographic world. We must be better prepared and better educated concerning this epidemic. We want this eBook to bless your life; to bring you closer to Christ and closer to your loved ones.
The only thing that I don’t like is they always talk about men being the problem and that you need to look out for your brothers, husbands, or other men to be looking at porn, but sometimes the woman is the one with the porn addiction. Don’t put men down as the only ones struggling. Some women have this problem as well. But I still love this book.