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Moody Publishers Torn Asunder: Recovering from an Extramarital Affair

Marital infidelity is rampant, even within the church. If you or somebody you love has been hurt, here's help! In their updated resource, Carder and Jaenicke help you understand extramarital affairs and sexual addiction; deal with the betrayal and subsequent anger; heal the wounds; and rebuild trust. An excellent resource for pastors, counselors, and laypersons. Paperback.
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Customer Reviews for Torn Asunder: Recovering from an Extramarital Affair
Review 1 for Torn Asunder: Recovering from an Extramarital Affair
This review is fromTorn Asunder - eBook.
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Not the ebook

Date:May 11, 2013
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Aidi
Age:25-34
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The books content was good but the ebook made it difficult to maneuver pages when asked to read certain sections. Every chart on the ebook would not display properly. It was very frustrated especially if you are attempting to use the book along with the workbook. The ebook does not give you page numbers and the workbook will tell you to read a certain page that you have no idea how to find in ebook format. The book is good but is not recommended as an ebook.
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Review 2 for Torn Asunder: Recovering from an Extramarital Affair
This review is fromTorn Asunder - eBook.
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a must read for all

Date:May 11, 2012
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Restored2012
Age:25-34
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Excellent! I would recommend that pastor's, therapist, and married couples read this.
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Review 3 for Torn Asunder: Recovering from an Extramarital Affair
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The book is informative.

Date:July 13, 2011
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Sandy
Location:Griffin, Ga
Age:45-54
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Torn Asunder is an excellent book for those whose lives have been affected by infidelity. It is also useful for those who assist couples in dealing with this topic.
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Review 4 for Torn Asunder: Recovering from an Extramarital Affair
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Date:December 3, 2009
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John Hendrix
Have read it with my wife and still refer to it periodically. Also recommend it for folks in my divorce group. Most of the ones I have purchased in past have been for members of my group.
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Review 5 for Torn Asunder: Recovering from an Extramarital Affair
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Date:July 20, 2009
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Kelly
An excellent book - I think Dave could see inside my head! It was perfect for what we were going through and said a lot of things I wanted to say but couldn't; reinforced others and also gave me a lot of insight. Especially helpful was that it was honest without lecturing, and gave both sides a chance to be heard, but also to be convicted when necessary. While it explains that there is a "message" in an affair, it does not simplify the sin or the repercussions of one. A great resource if you are trying to put the pieces of your marriage back together or recover on your own - or even help a friend.
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