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This landmark work features the most ...
This landmark work features the most common questions Evert is asked when speaking about the virtue of chastity in hundreds of Catholic, Evangelical Christian, and public schools. His humorous, friendly and blunt approach opens hearts and minds to a topic often either rejected out of hand or misunderstood.
Teens will find this book a useful guide to starting a relationship, deciding one's vocation, one day finding a potential spouse, and maintaining purity--without forsaking love. This book will give parents and educators new insights to help teens know the difference between love and lust. They may even look at their own lives differently, because as Evert explains, chastity is not only for singles; married couples must practice this virtue as well.
Posted March 9, 2010
I bought this book for my daughter when she was about 13. It is a great guide for kids to get all those questions answered that they want to ask about sex but are too embarrased.
If your looking for a book on how to keep respect for yourself and those that you date this is a great resource.
I recommend this book for all parents of teens. Jason writes from a young Catholic perspective that really relates to teens.
The importance of chastity and respect for yourself in others is eloquently, postively and logically presented.
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Posted September 24, 2011