נָגַע Touch

The Off Spring of Communication and Intimacy

by Bishop T. Charles Brantley, Ph.D

נָגַע Touch
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נָגַע Touch

The Off Spring of Communication and Intimacy

by Bishop T. Charles Brantley, Ph.D

Published Dec 07, 2015
88 Pages
Genre: FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS / Love & Romance



 

Book Details

נָגַע Touch

נָגַע is the symbol for touch in Hebrew. It pronounced nä·gah. The touch can be either positive or negative, which is why this book was written. What are the first things said in a fight between two lovers…“Don’t touch me”. When you are fighting you want to get away from your spouse. In this book I am trying to tell you to do just the opposite. You can’t let your emotions get the better of you. You have to allow your spouse to touch you, even in bad times. You have to restart the discussion in touch. Yes again, you have to start touching each other before you start talking. When you are talking emotions are getting the best of you and you are not thinking correctly. You must not act according to your emotions; you must begin with a touch. You have to go against what you think is right.

 

About the Author

Bishop T. Charles Brantley, Ph.D

Bishop T. Charles Brantley Ph.D is chief counselor at Strong Marriages (the new S&M). He has earned a double Doctorate (Christian Apologetics & Theology) and double Masters (Pastoral Leadership and Divinity) Degrees from Newburgh Theological Seminary. He was an under-graduate of FAMU. He has an Accredited Board Certified Pastoral Counselor and Diploma in Biblical Counseling from American Association of Christian Counselors. In addition, he has authored 17 national published books titles including: "Married Couples: Thou Shalt Have Great Sex", "New Sheets: Hot Passionate Undefiled Married Sex", "Single Ladies: Get Ready For Your Man", "Crucified HUSBAND Glorified HUSBAND" and "Return To The Garden Of Eden". He is a radio and TV personality in the North East. He is also senior pastor of Restoration Springs Interdenominational Church in Waterbury, Connecticut.

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