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Thursday, December 20, 2007

My review of The Enemy Between My Legs by Stephanie L. Jones

My thoughts and review:

Before you read any further I want to share my thoughts. Don't allow yourself to pass this opportunity by just because you weren't sexually abused and so you think this book has no relevance to your life. Do you have kids? Grandkids? Nieces? Nephews? Kids in your church? Anyone who is young in your life that you care about? Then this book is for you. I promise. In fact, I'm so convinced you'll benefit from this book that I'm doing a special giveaway. The title may scare some of you off, but don't let that happen.

The Enemy Between My Legs is packed full of wisdom, encouragement, and lessons learned. You will gain insight into the mind of someone who was sexually abused and it will change the way you think. If you were a victim of incest or sexual abuse then this book will help you heal. It's well written, very interesting, practical, and encouraging. There is some graphic content, but not a lot. Frankly, I think some of it is necessary to wake up the sleeping parents out there who are too trusting and need to read about what is happening in the real world.

I've studied sexual abuse in families going back to the late 1980s and have worked with victims, perpetrators and spouses of perpetrators for about twenty years. I can assure you that Ms. Jones has done her research and as a professional I can testify that her facts are correct. I hope you will step forward and commit to learning about this scourge on our society and commit to protecting the kids in our churches, families, and neighborhoods. If you don't win the book, order it today. You'll be glad you did. To contact the author and/or order the book click this link

http://www.stephanieljones.com/

Still not sure? Then keep reading! Oh, and to enter the contest to win this book simply post a comment and make sure to leave me a way to contact you if you win. Thanks and enjoy!


Have you ever been sexually abused?

It's a simple, yet profound question. The answer is either yes or no. Unfortunately, for as many as one in three females and one in five males, the answer is yes. Sexual abuse is not bound by race, economic status, or social class. It strikes every family. Because of the hurt, shame, and embarrassment it brings to families, no one wants to talk about it. Do you think that it hasn't happened in your family? Think again!
  • Have you or someone you know been sexually promiscuous?
  • Are you feeling lonely, confused, or depressed and don't know why?
  • Do you wonder if the person who abused you ever thinks about it?
  • Do you have problems being intimate with your spouse?
  • Before you send your child off to another babysitter...
  • Before you let your child play Hide-and-Seek...
  • Before you let your child "spend the night" anywhere else...
  • Before you call another pregnant teen a fast little girl...
  • Before you say, "My husband would never touch my child..."
You must read...

THE ENEMY BETWEEN MY LEGS

It will change your life, how you parent
your children, and make you think twice
about ever judging another person - including teenage
mothers, prostitutes, drug addicts, and possibly yourself!


10 comments:

Anonymous said...

this would be a hard read for me, but benificial too l think.. Percy

Bebemiqui said...

Hmm, I'm interested.

angelaandconnor at gmail.com said...

I am taking a psychology class this semester that actually will deal with this.. so Im defently interested.

Im blogging you too :
http://www.prizeatron.com

windycindy said...

Hello, I like non=fiction books as well as fiction! Please enter me in your book giveaway. This book interests me very much.....Cindi
jchoppes[at]hotmail[dot]com

Lesha said...

Count me in!

Laura K said...

I have a friend who's family members were molested as children. If I win this, I wpuld give it to her. They all still need healing even decades later.

lev53211 said...

thanks for sharing this important information on this sad and serious topic.
i have a friend who i'd like to share this book with.

Abi said...

Sounds like a very interesting book.

Christy said...

Thank You, Thank You, Thank you for letting me know about this book! I work as a counselor with teenage girls and think this book would be a great resource so count me in! How can I order copies of this book?

Michelle said...

And the winner is...

Lesha!

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