Why Say No When My Hormones Say Go?
Al thought he and Tami were alone, but after he raped her, he discovered that that single act affected not just him and Tami, but a whole chain of other people. This true story results in murder, revolution, and heartbreak.
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"Just thought I would drop you a quick note to say thank you very much for writing that book on waiting for sex. I used it recently to express my belief in waiting to some of my friends. I knew what I believed but had difficulty in explaining it. The book is very clear and easy to understand." (student)
"I finished reading your book. It was excellent!! It was very practical and helpful within my relationship with [my girlfriend]. We want God to be the center of our relationship and none of that other junk getting in the way. Thank you!" (student)
"Emily, your book is what so many of us needed when we were young. Kudos to you for taking the time to write this very direct, with no exceptions, explanation of how God wants us to respect our bodies."
"Another home run, I think! I really like the way you update the biblical stories."
"Had a GREAT discussion with a client who read your book. It really opened up doors for counseling with her. This is her third child as a single mom."
"As President of Care Net, I believe that Emily Chase's book Why Say No When My Hormones Say Go? is timely and appropriate for the teenage population we serve. Based on the story of 2 Samuel 13, the book offers new insights into the personal consequences of sexual intimacy outside marriage. I'm convinced that Emily's book has the potential of appealing to teenagers and profoundly serving their need to make positive choices about their sexual behavior." (Guy Condon)
Guy Condon was president of Care Net, an international network of over 400 crisis pregnancy centers. These centers are at the forefront of abstinence education, reaching over 200,000 teenagers each year.
"I am writing this letter to recommend to you a new book written by Emily Chase. Emily has used a biblical account of the past to show the impact of an impure act on a modern day couple and the different people in their lives. . . . Love, lust, rape, anger, grief, pride, peer pressure, all have been around since the beginning of time, and Emily helps the reader realize that our struggle to be pure is an age old struggle. Her book helps us discuss the struggle and come out on the winning side." (Molly Kelly)
Molly Kelly is a chastity speaker who addresses over 100,000 teens each year with a "saved sex" message. She is author of the book entitled Let's Talk to Teens About Chastity and has had articles published by a variety of national magazines.
"Emily has a thorough knowledge of her subject which . . . enables her to express herself and her present topics with creativity and imagination. . . . I have the utmost respect and admiration for the job Emily does in presenting a delicate subject of this nature to the youth of today." (John Yohn)
John Yohn is principal of one of the public schools which hosts the "Waiting -- The Smart Choice!" program.