Author : Kathi Lipp
Genre : Religion
Publisher : Harvest House Publishers
ISBN : 9780736933100
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File Download : 208 page

Keeping a marriage healthy is all about the details—the daily actions and interactions in which husbands and wives lift each other up and offer support, encouragement, and love. In The Husband Project women will discover fun and creative ways to bring back that lovin’ feeling and remind their husbands—and themselves—why they married in the first place. Using the sense of humor that draws thousands of women a year to hear her speak, Kathi Lipp shows wives through simple daily action plans how they can bring the fun back into their relationship even amidst their busy schedules. The Husband Project is an indispensable resource for the wife who desires to discover the unique plan God has for her marriage and her role as a wife create a plan to love her husband “on purpose” support and encourage other wives who want to make their marriage a priority experience release from the guilt of “not being enough” The Husband Project is for every woman who desires to bring more joy into her marriage but just needs a little help setting a plan into action.

Author : Sarah Meehan Sirk
Genre : Fiction
Publisher : Anchor Canada
ISBN : 9780385687614
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File Download : 256 page

Perfect for readers of George Saunders, Jennifer Egan and Heather O'Neill, a rich and inventive collection of exquisite short stories by a major newcomer to Canadian literature. In this deeply felt, compulsive and edgy work, Sarah Meehan Sirk shines a distinctive light on love and death in their many incarnations, pushing against the limits of the absurd while exposing piercing emotional truths about what it means to be gloriously, maddeningly alive. In "The Dead Husband Project," an artist who has planned to make an installation out of her terminally ill husband's dead body has to recalibrate when his diagnosis changes. In "The Date," an online dating match takes an unusual turn when the man who shows up to the restaurant has no face. In "Ozk," a young girl longs to connect with her socially isolated mother, a professor of mathematics who makes a radical discovery. Uncanny, sometimes violent, achingly sad and always profound, these stories showcase a writer with skill and empathy, and draw us in with a steady, unyielding grip.

Author : Kristine Rolofson
Genre : Love stories
Publisher : Harlequin
ISBN : 9780373366521
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File Download : 376 page

Author : Leigh Michaels
Genre : Fiction
Publisher : Magna Large Print Books
ISBN : 0263159876
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File Download : 286 page

Everywhere she looked, there babies...and Alison longed we're for one of her own. She wasn't yearning for wedding bells, though: Alison was happily single -- she simply wanted to be a mother! Then along came Dr Logan Kavanaugh. He knew everything about making babies, and he needed a wife! If Alison agreed to marry him, she could have her baby -- and a gorgeous husband she never even knew she wanted...

Author : David Graham Phillips
Genre : American fiction
Publisher :
ISBN : NYPL:33433076049117
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Author : Kathi Lipp
Genre : Religion
Publisher : Baker Books
ISBN : 9781441238085
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Women often offer up polite prayers to God without any real hope of seeing change in their marriage, their husbands, or themselves. Kathi Lipp directs women to Scripture and shows wives how to pray God's Word boldly and in full confidence of seeing God-sized results. With a light touch and an approachable style, Lipp shows women what a blessing it is to pray for their husbands, addressing specific concerns, like praying for his parenting career and finances relationship with God and others emotional health future and more Lipp shows readers how to stop feeling helpless and start making a difference in their husbands' lives through bold, expectant prayer, whether they are new believers or have been walking with God for years.

Author : Stephen O. Murray
Genre : Social Science
Publisher : State University of New York Press
ISBN : 9781438484112
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A significant contribution to anthropology, history, and gender studies that reveals the denials of homosexuality in traditional and contemporary African societies to be rooted in colonialist ideologies. Among the many myths created about Africa, the claim that homosexuality and gender diversity are absent or incidental is one of the oldest and most enduring. Historians, anthropologists, and many contemporary Africans alike have denied or overlooked African same-sex patterns or claimed that such patterns were introduced by Europeans or Arabs. In fact, same-sex love and nonbinary genders were and are widespread in Africa. Boy-Wives and Female Husbands documents the presence of this diversity in some fifty societies in every region of the continent south of the Sahara. Essays by scholars from a variety of disciplines explore institutionalized marriages between women, same-sex relations between men and boys in colonial work settings, mixed gender roles in east and west Africa, and the emergence of LGBTQ activism in South Africa, which became the first nation in the world to constitutionally ban discrimination based on sexual orientation. Also included are oral histories, folklore, and translations of early ethnographic reports by German and French observers. Boy-Wives and Female Husbands was the first serious study of same-sex sexuality and gender diversity in Africa, and this edition includes a new foreword by Marc Epprecht that underscores the significance of the book for a new generation of African scholars, as well as reflections on the book's genesis by the late Stephen O. Murray. Stephen O. Murray (1950–2019) was an independent scholar who held a PhD in Sociology from the University of Toronto. Will Roscoe is an independent scholar, with a PhD in History of Consciousness from the University of California, Santa Cruz. They are the coeditors of Islamic Homosexualities: Culture, History, and Literature.

Author : Robin Rinaldi
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
Publisher : Doubleday Canada
ISBN : 9780385681063
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What if for just one year you explored everything you’d wondered about sex but hadn’t tried? The project was simple: An attractive, successful magazine journalist, Robin Rinaldi, would move into a San Francisco apartment, join a dating site, and get laid. Never mind that she already owned a beautiful flat a few blocks away, that she was forty-four, or that she was married to a man she’d been in love with for eighteen years. What followed—a year of sex, heartbreak, and unexpected revelation—is the topic of this riveting memoir, The Wild Oats Project. An open marriage was never one of Rinaldi’s goals—her priority as she approached midlife was to start a family. But when her husband insisted on a vasectomy, she decided that she could remain married only on her own terms. If I can’t have children, she told herself, then I’m going to have lovers. During the week she would live alone, seduce men (and women), attend erotic workshops, and partake in wall-banging sex. On the weekends, she would go home and be a wife. At a time when the bestseller lists are topped by books about eroticism and the shifting roles of women, this brave memoir explores how our sexuality defines us—and it delivers the missing link: an everywoman’s account of sex. Combining the strong literary voice of Cheryl Strayed’s Wild with the adventurousness of Elizabeth Gilbert’s Eat, Pray, Love, The Wild Oats Project challenges our sensibilities and evokes the delicate balance between loving others and staying true to oneself.

Author : Kathi Lipp
Genre : Marriage
Publisher : Harvest House Publishers
ISBN : 9780736957021
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File Download : 176 page

If you need to find some new ways to say-- and show-- your husband you love him, Lipp overs a wealth of creative, fun and simple ways to bless your life together as a couple.

Author : Arlene Pellicane
Genre : Religion
Publisher : Harvest House Publishers
ISBN : 9780736946339
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What does a man need most from his wife? Arlene Pellicane, author of 31 Days to a Younger You, asked numerous husbands that question. Based on their answers, Pellicane identified five keys that will give wives a new appreciation and understanding of how to love and care for their mates. Domestic tranquility—A husband needs a peaceful haven. Respect—A husband needs to be honored in his home. Eros—A husband needs a fulfilling sex life. Attraction—A husband needs to be attracted to his wife. Mutual activities—A husband needs to have fun with his wife. Along with identifying a husband’s needs, Pellicane provides practical instruction to motivate and equip wives to show their husbands the care and affection they long for. Every day a wife is either building her husband up or tearing him down. This book offers wives a 31-day, no holding back, life-changing building program for their marriages.