Honey, I Don't Have a Headache Tonight
PRICE: $10.99 US; 15.99 CA
PUBLISHER: Kregel Publications
FULL TITLE: Honey, I Don't Have a Headache Tonight: Help for women who want to feel more "in the mood".
AUTHOR: Sheila Wray Gregoire
When it comes to intimacy, married couples are often not on the same page. In Honey, I Donít Have a Headache Tonight you tackle the differences between men and women in hopes of bridging the gap and getting marriages back on track. Why is intimacy such a tough and sometimes heated discussion for so many couples?
How is intimacy often a "head thing" for women?
We all know that men and women are different, but what are some of the most problematic differences in the closeness factor?
So whatís the first step to understanding our significant other?
How does popular culture often throw a wrench in our relationships?
In Honey, I Donít Have a Headache Tonight, you state that the biggest enemy to a healthy sex life is television. How so?
One of the biggest libido destroyers is exhaustion. You share a survey done by Mead Johnson in 2000 that found 80% of women reported feeling more tired than they had five years ago and 83% of them reported feeling "tired and weak" as their number one health complaint. Why such an increase? And what are some of the solutions you outline for recharging our batteries?
In Chapter 4, you outline some of the most common threats to Godly sexuality. Briefly, share these with us. (Pornography, Abuse, Promiscuous Past, Puritanism)
Respect is an important component in the marriage partnership. What are some of "our" self-inflicted roadblocks to respect? What about "their" (husbands/kids) roadblocks to respect?
Women yearn for romance, men donít always understand that need or for that matter, really understand what romance is. What are the two elements of romance that women crave?
Chapter 7 deals with the cultural attack on gender. What does it mean to reclaim our femininity and support his masculinity?
Chapter 8 begins with a stark, but true quote, "We cannot complete a book on sex without dealing with one of the "biggest" obstacles to our libido: catching a glimpse of ourselves in the mirror." What happens when we donít measure up to our expectations and how do we learn to embrace our bodies?
A big intimacy killer is "indecision" and it plagues many women. Talk with us a little about this issue.
How might someone obtain a copy of your book, Honey, I Donít Have a Headache Tonight?