Unlearning Myths about Men

Cradle My Heart Radio welcomes Julie Gorman, author of What I Wish My Mother Had Told Me about Men on November 24

[UPDATE: 11-25-13 podcast posted]

If you’re like me, you probably weren’t enjoying a fully functioning healthy and godly relationship when you made the choice for abortion.

Maybe you didn’t have any idea what such a relationship would even look like. Maybe you had that vision and hope in your heart but for various reasons the relationship suffered anyway. Men are at the center of every issue any woman has related to abortion. That doesn’t mean men are to blame. Men need healing after abortion too.

But until we learn to have healthy relationships, many of the risk factors for abortion may remain unsolved. And for many of us, the first step of healing is to unlearn many popular myths about men.

Julie Gorman

Julie Gorman

While Julie Gorman has not experienced abortion, her healing from abuse provides valuable wisdom which can be applied to the spiritual and emotional challenges we face after abortion. Julie has dedicated herself to helping women begin and flourish in healthy relationships.

Julie is a conference leader, radio host, speaker and author of  What I Wish My Mother Had Told Me about Men.

She is very transparent in sharing her story of abuse as well as the cultural influences we all share as women which can lead to many misconceptions about men.

Julie’s ministry offers practical steps to building true intimacy within our marriages and in our hearts.

Let’s talk about this.

Join us as Cradle My Heart Radio with Kim Ketola welcomes Julie Gorman on November 24 at 9 pm ET. Check station listings and listen online here.

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