Does it hurt if I fantasize about someone other than my spouse
By: The John Ankerberg Show
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|Though the sexual needs for women are far different from men’s, they may be more dangerous. When does an affair begin? How can you guard your mind, heart, and body against sexual and emotional compromise? How do the media, novels, music, fashions, Internet chat rooms, and body and beauty obsessions influence young women?
Copyright: 2007, Number of Programs: 4, Cat. No. CFW
- Ankerberg: “It doesn’t hurt if I fantasize about someone other than my husband when we make love.”
- Ethridge: Making love is not just about physical intimacy; it is also about mental intimacy. You need to be mentally present with your husband.
- Ankerberg: Do women actually think what you just said, that “if my husband dies, I am already picking out the next one”?
- Ethridge: Yeah, they just think that their life will be so much better if they have a different partner.
- Ankerberg: What do you say to those people?
- Ethridge: Again, changing partners isn’t going to change anything about you. You need to fix you. And when you fix you, you might find that this relationship that you have with the husband that you have now can become wonderful, can fulfill the dreams that you had for marriage when you were a little girl.