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Maximize the sexual and emotional potential in your marriage! With down-to-earth wisdom based on the experiences of the thousands of women she’s counseled, Shannon Ethridge–author of the million-plus-selling Every Woman’s Battle series–shows women how to create the healthy, exhilarating sex lives they (and their husbands) desire.

Every woman deserves to enjoy great sex with her husband, without inhibition or shame. But many wives live with the burden of self-doubt or feel ...

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Maximize the sexual and emotional potential in your marriage! With down-to-earth wisdom based on the experiences of the thousands of women she’s counseled, Shannon Ethridge–author of the million-plus-selling Every Woman’s Battle series–shows women how to create the healthy, exhilarating sex lives they (and their husbands) desire.

Every woman deserves to enjoy great sex with her husband, without inhibition or shame. But many wives live with the burden of self-doubt or feel mystified about what men really want in bed. Others wrestle with memories of sexual abuse or neglect, guilt over past intimate relationships, or negative feelings about their own bodies. Maybe you’ve been thinking you were alone in your struggle to discover sexual fulfillment. Think again:

only 8 percent of married women consider their sex life “very hot”
21 percent call their sex life “routine and boring”
Another 21 percent ask, “What sex life?”

These sorry statistics don’t have to be your case, as Shannon Ethridge readily explains with arresting warmth and honesty. Brimming with confidence-boosting techniques and inspiring personal stories of rejuvenated relationships, The Sexually Confident Wife opens a new world of passion for every couple, helping women to connect with their men on every level–physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual–enabling them to fully enjoy the ultimate, enduring union that marriage can be.

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For married women, sexual fulfillment can be an elusive business. Only 8 percent of women who said "I do" can describe their sex experiences as "very hot." Twenty-one percent typify them as "routine and boring," while another 21 percent answer the question with one of their own: "What sex life?" Shannon Ethridge, the author of the libido-boosting Every Woman's series, knows that satisfaction in the bedroom isn't a one-shot war; it's an entire campaign that must involve the heart, mind, body, and spirit. Her book The Sexually Confident Wife challenges women to respond honestly to their own erotic histories and preconceptions. A comprehensive, faith-based strategy for female sexual fulfillment.
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What women are saying about The Sexually Confident Wife…
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 “Wow! What a great book for those of us who grew up in fairly sheltered homes. Unfortunately, since I was fed the thought that "sex is bad" during my teen years, I carried that into my marriage… I look forward to breaking my inhibitions, then sharing this book with other women so we can begin to understand our sexuality from a healthy point of view.” —Kathryn
“I am very thankful for a seasoned woman like Shannon who’s not afraid to step up and be such a practical mentor. We need more than just a Cosmo magazine to become sexually confident wives!” —Lisa

“Oh, my gosh! I NEED this book!!!” —Sandra

“I’ve read many of Shannon Ethridge’s books, and her keen insight into married women and the struggles we all face is incredibly informative and creative. It’s so great to know that I’m not alone.” —Cheryl

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  • ISBN-13: 9780767926058
  • Publisher: Crown Publishing Group
  • Publication date: 9/23/2008
  • Pages: 288
  • Product dimensions: 8.24 (w) x 10.90 (h) x 1.02 (d)

Meet the Author

SHANNON ETHRIDGE is an inspirational speaker, lay counselor, and bestselling author. Her previous books include Every Woman’s Battle and Every Young Woman’s Battle. She lives in East Texas with her husband and their two children.
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Where Did Our Confidence Go?
At one time, I was perhaps one of the most sexually confident women on the planet. I loved my body. I was willing to share it freely. I enjoyed sex.
What changed? I got married. And it took me longer than a decade (along with months of counseling) to return to the place where I loved my body, shared it freely, and enjoyed sex once again.
Some of you know what I'm talking about. As single women, sex was often a game that we liked to play, and some of us were very skilled at it. I've got it. You want it. But the price of admission into my private playground is a big dose of attention and affection. Make me feel really good about myself, and I'll make you feel really good in exchange. But now that we're sleeping next to the same man night after night, month after month, year after year, the challenge has worn off. The payoff is no longer clear. Hubby isn't wooing and pursuing us like he used to, so our motivation wanes. Sex feels more like an obligation than a mutual thrill.
And maybe that mental list of previous sexual partners has begun to haunt you. You calculate all of the sexual favors you paid out in hopes of earning emotional interest, but now you feel sexually bankrupt. How could I have just given my body away like that? And how could my husband possibly love me and want to be with me after all I've done? you may wonder.
Or perhaps you weren't skilled at all when you came into marriage. You assumed your husband was going to teach you everything you needed to know about sex, or that you'd figure it out together. Now that he's so masterfully taught you that the round peg goes in the round hole for approximately 2.8 minutes, you're left wondering, Is this all there is? Disappointed and disillusioned, you've come to see sex as something you're expected to just dish out like a scoop of ice cream whenever he gets hungry, which makes you want to close the ice cream shop altogether most days.
Or maybe your sexual confidence has been robbed because while you've been dishing it out, he's been salivating over other flavors. You notice him glance up and down another woman's body as she walks by. You know where he keeps his pornography stash. You've gone to his most recent websites to see what he's been looking at on his laptop. You catch him masturbating alone, most likely fantasizing about any woman except you.
Perhaps you, like millions of other ladies, have lost your sexual confidence as a result of past sexual abuse. Rather than associating sex with passion and pleasure, you've associated it with pain and degradation. You know in your head that it's not your husband's fault that you were abused, but you've insulated yourself from further pain with walls of anger, resentment, and fear of intimacy. You can't imagine how you'll ever get over what's been done to you in the past.
Maybe you simply do not feel beautiful, especially when you compare your postpartum body (complete with stretch-marked hips, flabby tummy, and saggy boobs) to the airbrushed magazine models. Excess food becomes your drug of choice to medicate your emotional pain. Your husband asks why you're eating turtle cheesecake if you already feel fat. You inhale a second piece just to spite him, and think, No sex for you again tonight, pal!
Or perhaps children clinging to your ankles all day prevent you from mustering enough energy to enjoy sex much anymore. Your idea of a blissfully indulgent evening is ordering takeout, throwing the paper plates away after dinner, and heading straight for bed at eight p.m. without having to tuck anyone in or take care of anyone else's needs.
Oh, the many issues that we let rob us of our sexual confidence! No wonder more and more married people are claiming to be sexually frustrated. No wonder there are so many sexless marriages today. In 2005, Family Circle magazine published the results of a national survey in which they asked married women to reveal their innermost desires, needs, regrets, and joys. Consider these results and what they say about the quality of couples' relationships:

¥       Only 8 percent of married women consider their sex life "very hot."
¥       21 percent call their sex life "routine and boring."
¥       21 percent of respondents asked, "What sex life?"1

Sound familiar? Maybe you've been thinking you were alone in your struggle to discover sexual fulfillment. Think again_._._.

¥       20 to 30 percent of men and 30 to 50 percent of women say they have little or no sex drive.2
¥       33 to 50 percent of women experience orgasm infrequently and are dissatisfied with how often they reach orgasm.3
¥       10 to 15 percent of American women have never experienced orgasm at all.4

Although many women have lost (or never found) their sexual groove in marriage, it doesn't mean they are sexually dead. We get married, not buried. If your husband isn't floating your sexual boat, you may be thinking about what it would be like to sail on other oceans. According to the aforementioned Family Circle survey_._._.

¥       44 percent of wives have fantasized about having an affair, most often with a stranger, celebrity, or coworker.
¥       29 percent of women admit to flirting with other men.
¥       25 percent of women fantasize about another man during the act of sex.5

If you ask me, these statistics merely indicate the number of women who are willing to admit their issues to researchers. I think the number of women who actually engage in these extramarital games and struggle with finding genuine sexual fulfillment within their marriage is much higher. What gives me this impression? The multitude of e-mails I receive every day from women lamenting their lack of sexual confidence. For example:

¥       Lisa, who was sexually abused as a child, confesses, "Sexual fantasies of other men have always been an issue for me, and extramarital affairs littered the first five years of my marriage. Even now that I'm being faithful to my husband, I still struggle with feeling the need to compete with other women for my husband's attention. We spent two weeks in Hawaii and I was miserable the whole time because of all the bikini-clad bodies around. My husband says, 'But I'm with you, so what's your problem?' I just wish I knew the answer to that question."
¥       Sylvia was sexually active before marriage, then married a virgin three years ago. She asks, "How do you and your husband keep the past out of your marriage? Do you ever talk about it? How do you get beyond the hurt? I am afraid this is affecting my sex life because I still feel 'unclean' at times. I am also afraid of trying anything new to please him because I don't want him to think I'm a slut. I know he must think about my past sometimes, but I don't ever want to talk about it. I just want the whole thing to be forgotten, but I can't erase the memories or their negative effects."
¥       Abby has been married eight years and has one child. She writes, "My husband and I get along very well, but it feels more like we're friends or business partners than lovers. I'm no longer attracted to him physically at all and I can't stand it when he comes near me for even just a quick kiss. I actually feel repulsed by him. I'm not frigid, but there's just no 'chemistry' any longer. How can I find my husband desirable again?"
¥       Terri came into marriage expecting that everything would come naturally, but it hasn't worked that way. She says, "I just can't relax and get into it. I have too many hang-ups about anything sexual. I love my husband, but I wish sex didn't have to be a part of the marital equation at all. When I give in out of obligation, I usually just close my eyes and think of something else. I know that's probably not all that fun to him, but I don't know what else to do."
When I receive these kinds of questions and comments, I always wonder the same thing: What difference would sexual confidence make in these women's lives? In their husbands' lives? In the lives of their families?
Defining Sexual Confidence
Perhaps you are wondering what it would be like to be a sexually confident wife. First let's talk about what it isn't like. It's not about having a great body or obsessing over getting one. It's not about fitting the "young, hot" stereotypical mold. It's not about being his sexual rag doll, doormat, or vending machine. It's not about killing your conscience and being willing to do anything and everything to sexually satisfy someone else. It's simply not about becoming someone you aren't.
It's about becoming who you really are, and humans are naturally sexual beings. Perhaps you don't feel like a sexual being now, but I hope that by the time you finish reading this book, you will. In fact, I hope you'll feel not just sexual but sexually confident as you put these principles into practice.
As a sexually confident wife, you will learn to love your body and feel beautiful in your own skin. You'll be content with being the best ____________________ you can be (fill in the blank with your own first and last names) and not feel the need to compare yourself or your husband to anyone else. You'll come to believe wholeheartedly that your husband finds you incredibly desirable. You'll be able to openly communicate what you find pleasurable, as well as what is beyond your personal boundaries. You will feel great about what you have to offer your husband, and will be able to relax and freely enjoy all that he has to offer you.
Whether you have a long way to go in this process, or just a little, is based on where you currently stand. To help you assess where you are on the sexual confidence scale, here's a list of 69 questions (pun intended!) to ask yourself.
Disagree                                                                Agree
____    1.      I feel good about who I am as a sexual female.
____    2.      I have no doubt that my husband finds me sexually attractive.
____    3.      I trust my husband completely when making love.
____    4.      I am comfortable having sex as often as my husband wants to.
____    5.      I am comfortable having sex however my husband wants to do it.
____    6.      I initiate sex often with my husband with confidence that I won't be denied.
____    7.      I am comfortable inside my own skin and like who I see in the mirror.
____    8.      I experience sexual desire for my husband.
____    9.      I am comfortable with my husband looking at my naked body.
____    10.     I believe my husband likes my body just the way it is.
____    11.     I like the size of my breasts.
____    12.     I believe my husband likes the size of my breasts.
____    13.     I am comfortable with the shape of my body.
____    14.     I am comfortable with the size of my body.
____    15.     I am not ashamed to let my husband look at my vagina.
____    16.     I am not embarrassed to let my husband touch my vagina.
____    17.     I am comfortable with my husband performing oral sex.
____    18.     I am at ease with vaginal penetration (intercourse).
____    19.     I believe I know exactly what turns my husband on.
____    20.     I have confidence that I can bring my husband to climax every time.
____    21.     I believe that my own sexual pleasure is important to my husband.
____    22.     I am worthy of the investment of time and effort it takes for me to orgasm.
____    23.     It does not bother me for other people to know that I am a sexual woman.
____    24.     It does not bother me if my children are aware that their parents have sex.
____    25.     I am very interested in sexual activity with my husband.
____    26.     My husband considers me an interesting sex partner.
____    27.     I am willing to try new sexual positions.
____    28.     I am willing to try new sexual acts.
____    29.     I feel the freedom to verbalize my personal desires in bed.
____    30.     I am comfortable asking how I might pleasure my husband sexually.
____    31.     I do not worry about my husband asking me to do something degrading in bed.
____    32.     I don't worry about my husband rejecting my sexual advances.
____    33.     I have confidence that I satisfy my husband completely in the bedroom.
____    34.     I believe my husband only seeks sexual pleasure within our marriage.
____    35.     My husband doesn't feel the need to look elsewhere for sexual release.
____    36.     I believe I couldn't feel any sexier than I do now.
____    37.     I believe I couldn't be any sexier in my husband's eyes than I am now.
____    38.     I experience orgasm whenever I choose to.
____    39.     I enjoy experiencing vaginal (G-spot) orgasms.
____    40.     I enjoy clitoral orgasms.
____    41.     I am able to achieve multiple orgasms.
____    42.     I believe I am a good steward of my sexuality and the power it holds.
____    43.     I believe my husband is a good steward of his sexuality and the power it holds.
____    44.     I believe sex bonds me and my husband together in a special and unique way.
____    45.     I do not struggle with issues of low self-esteem.
____    46.     I feel worthy of a man's attention and affection.
____    47.     I do not feel inferior to any other woman.
____    48.     I am not haunted by sexual "ghosts" in my past.
____    49.     I do not bear any scars from previous sexual abuse or experiences.
____    50.     Sexual intimacy does not elicit any negative emotions at all.
____    51.     I don't worry about what others might think if they knew my sexual past.
____    52.     I don't fear being drawn toward previous lovers.
____    53.     I don't fear being drawn toward new extramarital lovers.
____    54.     I am comfortable with my own sexual fantasies.
____    55.     I have no problem verbalizing my sexual fantasies to my husband.
____    56.     I make personal hygiene a daily priority so I never have to worry about unpleasant odors.
____    57.     My bedroom is a place that provides a sexual sanctuary in my marriage.
____    58.     I believe I look sexy in the underwear I choose to wear.
____    59.     I don't believe there is any "morally wrong" sexual position within marriage.
____    60.     My spirituality and sexuality are not in conflict with each other.
____    61.     I am willing to be on top in bed if it stimulates my husband to watch me.
____    62.     I consistently make time for sex because it's an important aspect of our lives.
____    63.     I believe our sex life is at least "normal" or "better than normal."
____    64.     My children feel free to ask me about or discuss sexual issues.
____    65.     I am comfortable initiating conversations with my children about sexuality.
____    66.     I believe my children want a marriage like mine someday.
____    67.     I believe my husband sees me as a sexually confident wife.
____    68.     I see myself as a sexually confident wife.
____    69.     Based on my example, I believe my daughter will be a sexually confident wife someday.

I'm not going to give you a scale by which you can give yourself a "grade," because it's not about how our numbers average out. It's about celebrating our strengths and being willing to work on our weaknesses. Just glance back over your numbers and you'll recognize the areas in which you have the most confidence and which areas need improvement.
Beyond Competence to Confidence
Most women are sexually competent. They know what to do in the bedroom to bring their husband to climax. But I want more than that for you. I want you to be sexually confident. Sexual confidence isn't just for the supermodel or porn star. It is the birthright of every woman, and the deep desire of every husband for his wife. It's also a valuable legacy that we pass down to our own daughters and granddaughters as they are seeking to understand, embrace, and celebrate their own sexuality within marriage.
However, issues such as extreme body inhibition, shame from past sexual abuse, guilt over premarital sexual activity, fear of intimacy, or lack of knowledge about male and female sexuality are just some of the many hurdles that hold us back in the bedroom.
If you could overcome all of the hurdles holding you back, could you become a sexually confident wife? Absolutely! If that is your desire, let's figure out how to overcome these hurdles and get on the right track toward sexual confidence.
As I wrote this book, the same question was posed by several well-intentioned, marketing-minded friends: "Why don't you call it The Sexually Confident Woman instead of The Sexually Confident Wife?" While I appreciated their encouragement to reach a larger audience, the suggestion simply didn't sit right with me.
I'm not so sure that a single woman struggles nearly as much with sexual confidence as married women do. Marriage is intended to be a rich, rewarding relationship that provides a unique bond between a husband and wife, and a lifelong commitment is potentially the greatest source of comfort and strength one could experience in a lifetime. But marriage requires hard work, and the sexual aspect of the relationship is no different. When things become difficult in the bedroom, it can be a real temptation for a wife to withdraw both physically and emotionally rather than putting forth the effort to keep things fresh and exciting.
On the other hand, it's not hard for a single woman to keep sex fresh and new when her relationship is fresh and new. She is often wined, dined, and romanced. But the more typical scenario for the married woman is an evening meal of leftovers from the fridge, followed by dinner dishes, writing out bills and balancing the checkbook, helping kids with homework, baths, and bedtime stories, and switching a load of laundry so everyone will have clean clothes to wear the next day. She may crawl into bed exhausted, wondering, Does he even recognize all I do around here?_._._._Does he understand how much I long to feel appreciated and affirmed?_._._._Will he understand if I'm simply not in the mood tonight?_._._._Does he still think I'm beautiful even with these stretch marks and post-pregnancy pounds?_._._._Does he still love me after all these years?
When a single woman seduces her man, she's a rock star in his eyes. But the married woman can feel more like a falling star. After a decade or three of marriage, she may find it difficult to come up with any technique or position they haven't already tried hundreds of times. She may even feel a deep sense of rebellion rising up to declare, "I don't even like sex anymore!" Or worse, she may be sexually interested, only to have her husband lose interest in her. Ouch!
I'd even go so far as to say that a single man and woman aren't even having real sex. They're having "best foot forward" sex (or whatever body part you want to use to describe it). They're showing each other only their good side, then retreating to the safety of their singleness. In marriage, however, there's no retreating. Living in close quarters all these years, we see not just the good but also the bad and the ugly, both in our husbands and in ourselves. We have to learn to arouse and be aroused by each other from day to day, month after month, year after year, in spite of those little idiosyncrasies that can drive us crazy at times.
Indeed, sexual confidence can be a great challenge for a married woman, but I believe this book is going to help you on many different levels-emotionally, mentally, physically, and spiritually. Rather than feeling as if sexual confidence is unrealistically required of you as a wife, I hope this book will truly inspire it in you.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 9, 2009

    fabulous for any wife!

    i would suggest this book for every woman out there. did i agree with everything? no. did it all apply to me? no. did it give me insight on my own sexuality that helped me understand i can be a happy, sexual person without being a dirty tramp, without compromising my beliefs & values, and without putting my desires on the backburner and be a doormat for my husband? yes! this book was entertaining, easy-to-read, and informative. this is for every wife - or any woman who could someday be one. if you've been abused, if you grew up in a conservative Christian home, if you're having an affair, if you're an atheist, if your husband cheated on you, if you have had more one-night-stands than bret michaels, etc...this book is for you. this book explains sex within marriage as it was meant to be. it's eye-opening and downright shocking at times, but it will help you maintain a healthy view of sex as it was intended to be.

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    Ladies ... You'll LOVE this book!

    You owe it to yourself and your husband to read this book! I just finished reading it this afternoon & I'm ready to read it again! Shannon's writing style is so easy to read and her insight is very informative, straight-forward, and eye-opening ... to say the least!

    I learned so much from reading The Sexually Confident Wife and I'm going to share this book with ALL my girlfriends, my sisters, and even my mom - who's been married to my dad for over 35 years!! I think it will benefit every woman who reads it! EVERY woman!!

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    very imformative and a confidence booster. Funny and interesting. If you are shy, you'll get over that real quick. You soon learn most women have the same problems in mind, heart, spirit and body

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    I really feel it should be required reading for all married women who want to get the most out of their relationship with their spouse. It is a very honest and candid approach to one of the most important parts of our marriages and I personally recommend that all of my friends read it. With humorous insight it overcomes the taboo and frees us to enjoy all aspects of marriage the way God intended.
    In the interest of full disclosure there are a few formatting errors which is the only reason I did not give it 5 stars.

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