I’m lining up books for the next 12 months, and I know you’re a book-reading bunch (that’s how you found me, right? So if you have some must-reads that would fit in the above categories, please share them in the comments!And if you’d like to keep abreast of my reading, follow me on Goodreads: goodreads.com/Ali Binazir.If you’re ever on social media you’ve probably noticed that there is a lot of debate and contradicting views when it comes to the topic of pornography.In just the couple of months that we’ve been researching and preparing this post, we’ve been amazed at the different, opposing information that is being shared online. In fact, we’ve heard from several readers that the only reason they “allow” porn in their marriage is to try to save or enhance it.
Many of them would also fall under the “Important” or “Loved it! Click here to take a look at the list and the reviews.
Our post today is in response to all these questions.
Our intent is not to get on a soapbox or start a debate, but to really look at the effects pornography has on relationships and, specifically, marriage.
Sex is one of our biggest preoccupations — causing thrills, heartache and downright confusion.
But until recently, exactly what happens in the brain during sex was something of a mystery to scientists.