How can a woman “affair-proof” not just her marriage, but also her CAREER? When we consider the impact of sexual affairs or emotional entanglements, we often think of marriages being threatened and families torn apart, and these ARE indeed the most tragic casualties. But a woman who has worked hard at climbing the corporate ladder or building a successful business should also consider the cost of infidelity to her career and livelihood! Join us as “sex-pert” Shannon Ethridge discusses how women often wind up in workplace romances, the impact of such relationships both personally and professionally, and how to rebuild your life and career if you ever find yourself in such a predicament.
About Shannon Ethridge
Shannon Ethridge is a million-copy best-selling author, international speaker, and certified life coach with a master’s degree in counseling/human relations. She’s written 22 books including The Sexually Confident Wife and the hugely successful Every Woman’s Battle series. Shannon has been interviewed by hundreds of media outlets including The Today Show and The 700 Club, and is a frequent co-host on t he New Life Live! radio show & New Live TV with Stephen Arterburn.
Shannon’s main three goals in life are to help women embrace a lifestyle of (1) sexual and emotional integrity, (2) sexual intimacy in marriage, and (3) spiritual intimacy with Christ.
Learn more about Shannon’s books, coaching, and workshops at www.shannonethridge.com
Resource from Shannon
Shannon’s Success Tip
Women must understand that our sexuality isn’t just what we do with our bodies — it’s what we do with our mind, body, heart, and soul! An affair doesn’t start in a random hotel room — it starts in our minds and penetrates our heart and soul. So it’s imperative that we learn not just to stay out of bed with a guy we’re not married to, but also to guard our minds, hearts, and souls from the relational entanglements that can wreak havoc on our marriages, families, careers, and livelihood!
Shannon’s Favorite Quote
The point of your greatest misery is also the point of your greatest ministry. ~ T.D. Jakes
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