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Adultery Is Universal

Adultery Is Universal ebook ISBN: 1457506688
Publisher: Dog Ear Publishing
Author: Rica Gold
Number of Pages: 224 
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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Mentor Coach Author, The Secret Language of Money www.MentorPath.com Nearly half of all Americans think marriage is obsolete.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 Continuation Education courses to mental health professionals. Professional teleseminars, public speaking and free-lance writing are among her engaging activities. Gold lives in California.

Can We Cure and Forgive Adultery? Staying Not Straying

Can We Cure and Forgive Adultery? Staying Not Straying ebook ISBN: 0741420740
Publisher: Infinity Publishing
Author: Bonnie Eaker Weil
Number of Pages: 187 
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It's time we addressed the epidemic of adultery as a disease! Learn how to stay, not stray!

Adultery

Adultery ebook ISBN: 160034853X
Publisher: Xulon Press
Author: Paul Davis
Number of Pages: 88 
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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 ebook ISBN: 9780674005211
Publisher: Harvard University Press
Author: Robert McCune Kingdon
Number of Pages: 214 
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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.

Trials For Adultery: Or, The History Of Divorces. Being Select Trials At Doctors Commons, For Adultery, Fornication, Cruelty, Impotence, &c. From the Year 1760, to the present Time ... Taken In Short-Hand, by a Civilian

Trials For Adultery: Or, The History Of Divorces. Being Select Trials At Doctors Commons, For Adultery, Fornication, Cruelty, Impotence, &c. From the Year 1760, to the present Time ... Taken In Short-Hand, by a Civilian ebook ISBN:
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Adultery

Adultery ebook ISBN: 9780807062258
Publisher: Beacon Press (MA)
Author: Louise DeSalvo
Number of Pages: 174 
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Louise DeSalvo risks all, in the company of Edith Wharton, Virginia Woolf, Henry Miller, and Madam Recamier. By filtering the story of her own husband's affair through other's stories, she revels in the always exciting fantasy and tells from the usually painful reality of adultery. The conclusions she draws, and the balance she finds in her marriage and in others, make ADULTERY a fun, poignant, and compassionate book.

The Understanding of Adultery in the Hebrew Bible

The Understanding of Adultery in the Hebrew Bible ebook ISBN: 1514498502
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Author: Alexander Izuchukwu Abasili
Number of Pages: 442 
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Adultery, though not an umbrella concept for all the sexual prohibitions in the Hebrew Bible, enjoys a certain pride of place. Remarkably, it is the one sexual prohibition attested in all biblical genres, which makes it very representative in the Hebrew Bible. It is the only Hebrew biblical sexual prohibition explicitly mentioned in the Decalogue. A solid understanding of Hebrew biblical adultery, therefore, is an important step towards grasping the vital role of human sexuality in the Hebrew Bible, both in terms of inter-human relationships and the relationship between the human and the divine. Without prejudice to the contents of the Hebrew biblical lexicons and theological dictionaries, this work aims at providing a comprehensive understanding of adultery in the Hebrew Bible: its meaning, punishments and the implications thereof. Among others, it corrects some wrong assumptions about the concept of adultery in the Hebrew Bible, and provides a balanced and unbiased Hebrew biblical conception of adultery and the implications thereof for todays couples.

Culture and Adultery

Culture and Adultery ebook ISBN: 1512805475
Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press
Author: Barbara Leckie
Number of Pages: 312 
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Adultery, it is often assumed, was not a major concern of English culture during the Victorian age, and the apparent absence of adultery—indeed, of all explicit representations of sexuality—in turn made censorship for obscene libel unnecessary. Very few writers, conventional wisdom has it, were bold enough to defy the powerful implicit constraints imposed upon literary production. If we find no English Anna Karenina or Madame Bovary, Barbara Leckie nevertheless demonstrates that adultery preoccupied English culture during this period. After the Matrimonial Causes Act of 1857 was passed, adultery was prominently discussed in the Divorce Court. Transcriptions of divorce trials were an immensely popular front-page feature of almost all daily newspapers for more than fifty years. At the same time as narratives of adultery stood at the center of sensation novels such as Mary Elizabeth Bradden's The Doctor's Wife, literary reviews and cultural debates strongly encouraged serious novelists to avoid the topic. In Culture and Adultery, Leckie mines novels, newspapers, court and Parliamentary records to explore several related sets of issues. How, first, did adultery become "visible" in the public sphere in the second half of the nineteenth century? Why, conversely, has the discursive history of adultery been deemphasized in the English critical tradition? And how is the history of the Victorian and early twentieth-century English novel revised when the culture's concern with adultery and censorship are reintroduced?

The Novel of Female Adultery

The Novel of Female Adultery ebook ISBN: 1349251739
Publisher: Springer
Author: Bill Overton
Number of Pages: 284 
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The novel of adultery is a nineteenth-century form about the experience of women, produced almost exclusively by men. Bill Overton's study is the first to address the gender implications of this form, and the first to write its history. The opening chapter defines the terms 'adultery' and 'novel of adultery', and discusses how the form arose in Continental Europe, but failed to appear in Britain. Successive chapters deal with its development in France, and with examples from Russia, Denmark, Germany, Spain and Portugal.

Adultery

Adultery ebook ISBN: 1101874090
Publisher: Vintage
Author: Paulo Coelho
Number of Pages: 272 
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I want to change. I need to change. I'm gradually losing touch with myself. Adultery, the provocative new novel by Paulo Coelho, best-selling author of The Alchemist and Eleven Minutes, explores the question of what it means to live life fully and happily, finding the balance between life's routine and the desire for something new.

Fashioning Adultery

Fashioning Adultery ebook ISBN: 9781139435550
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Author: David M. Turner
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This 2002 book provides a major survey of representations of adultery in later seventeenth- and early eighteenth-century England. Bringing together a wide variety of literary and legal sources - including sermons, pamphlets, plays, diaries, periodicals, trial reports and the records of marital litigation - it documents a growing diversity in perceptions of marital infidelity in this period, against the backdrop of an explosion in print culture and a decline in the judicial regulation of sexual immorality. In general terms the book charts and explains a gradual transformation of ideas about extra-marital sex, whereby the powerfully established religious argument that adultery was universally a sin became increasingly open to challenge. The book charts significant developments in the idiom in which sexually transgressive behaviour was discussed, showing how evolving ideas of civility and social refinement and new thinking about gender difference influenced assessments of immoral behaviour.

Adultery

Adultery ebook ISBN: 159636808X
Publisher: Aspire Press
Author: June Hunt
Number of Pages: 96 
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Has your heart been broken by a cheating husband or cheating wife? Has your life been gripped by the agony of adultery? Adultery is no small matter, especially for those who experience the intense pain of living with a spouse who breaks the marriage covenant. June Hunt provides Christian counseling on how to find hope in God. But, this is more than Christian marriage counseling—it shows how to find healing, hope, and forgiveness after the devastation of an affair. June defines adultery and reveals the warning signs of adultery, such as change in mood, appearance, spending, etc. She provides practical ways and sound biblical wisdom in answering tough questions, such as-- • What can I do to ensure that I will be faithful when I feel attracted to someone beside my spouse? • My husband had numerous affairs and now wants to reconcile. Should we get back together? • Why does anyone get involved in adultery? Is it my fault? •Is it wrong to try to find out whether or not my spouse is being unfaithful? If it's not wrong, what is the best way to do so? June illustrates the consequences of adultery by retelling the story of David, a man of God who fell into the temptation of having an affair, which led to guilt-ridden "cover ups" and a strained relationship with God. She goes on to explain the causes, characteristics, and consequences of adultery, such as the-- • 9 false promises of adultery • 9 characteristics of an adulterer • 9 common reasons people get sucked into adultery In the section titled, "Steps to Solution," June Hunt explains-- • How an adulterer can change--for good. • 6 common mistakes made by the faithful spouse • 6 ways the faithful spouse can respond to adultery in a healthy way • How to prepare and conduct a crisis intervention

Adultery Pandemic

Adultery Pandemic ebook ISBN: 0615195857
Publisher: Lulu.com
Author: Angie Lewis
Number of Pages: 204 
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Turn Your Marriage Into A Success! If you want to restore your marriage from the demoralizing effects of adultery, then look no further - this is the book for you! Your Marriage Can Be Restored! A treasure book filled with effective guidance for your marriage from forgiveness and trust to recommitting your lives to each other again. Practical and easy-to-read, this book combines the solutions and remedies your marriage needs towards recovery. This book will give you the guidance you need to discover the true secrets to a happy, lifelong marriage. You Can Heal The Wounds! Your marriage deserves to have the best possible care. God is that care! Make your marriage important to you. A treasury of great information you can't live without if you want to remain happily married.

Adultery Analyzed

Adultery Analyzed ebook ISBN:
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Author: Thomas Comber
Number of Pages: 237 
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Are Military Adultery Standards Changing

Are Military Adultery Standards Changing ebook ISBN: 0788186841
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Author: Sam Brownback
Number of Pages: 102 
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Senate hearing on the announcement by the Sec. of Defense in July 1998 that he was directing the armed services to clarify the Manual for Courts Martial provisions relating to adultery, proposing that punishment for adultery be reserved for cases in which adultery is directly prejudicial to good order & discipline.Ó Witnesses: Elaine Donnelly, Pres., Center for Mil. Readiness, & Former Member of the Defense Advisory Comm. on Women in the Services & the Pres. Comm. on Women in the Armed Forces; Daniel Heimbach, Former Deputy Assist. Sec. of the Navy for Manpower; & Robert Maginnis, Dir., Military Readiness Project, Family Research Council.

The Romance of Adultery

The Romance of Adultery ebook ISBN: 0812202740
Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press
Author: Peggy McCracken
Number of Pages: 192 
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Peggy McCracken offers a feminist historicist reading of Guenevere, Iseut, and other adulterous queens of Old French literature, and situates romance narratives about queens and their lovers within the broader cultural debate about the institution of queenship in twelfth- and thirteenth-century France. Moving among a wide selection of narratives that recount the stories of queens and their lovers, McCracken explores the ways adultery is appropriated into the political structure of romance. McCracken examines the symbolic meanings and uses of the queen's body in both romance and the historical institutions of monarchy and points toward the ways medieval romance contributed to the evolving definition of royal sovereignty as exclusively male.