Full of professional counsel and heartbreaking true accounts, this book shows exactly how pornography can decimate a marriage and how Christ can intervene. Focusing specifically on the experiences of women and wives, this book covers the often overlooked areas of betrayal trauma, intimacy, forgiveness, and regaining trust. Find help and healing with this in-depth exploration of the spiritual impacts of pornography and how the Atonement provides longed-for relief.
Carmel Parker White has a doctorate in lifespan human development from Kansas State University and master's and bachelor's degrees from Brigham Young University. She has been in higher education for over 20 years but is currently working at the Research Information Division at LDS Church headquarters. She has authored or co-authored 25 peer-reviewed articles. She currently lives in Sandy, Utah. Natalie Black Milne is currently a graduate student in the family studies department at the University of New Mexico and plans to pursue a PhD in family studies. She is passionate about the family and the role the gospel of Jesus Christ plays in supporting and sustaining the family in this world of ever-changing values. Natalie along with her husband and three sons reside in Rio Rancho, New Mexico.