Wanderlust: How I Learned to Rethink Love and Unlearn Lust. (Paperback)
There is an entire generation whose brains are permanently shaped by unrealistic standards of beauty, fostering unwanted sexual conditioning that governs their intimate behaviours. Lust - not love - is rendering millions unprepared for relationships, marriage, and parenthood in an unmonitored, hypersexual virtual world. But what if freedom from these unhealthy social mores meant unlearning what you've already learned?
For more than two decades, Stephen Peter Anderson experienced how his unrealistic and unattainable ideas of beauty unknowingly shaped his sexual conditioning. His odyssey is more than a struggle with overcoming a distorted representation of sex - it is a fight for reclamation.
Wanderlust is not just an intensely personal story but a journey of self-discovery in relearning how to attain the glory and beauty of love that God intended.In this #MeToo era there could hardly be a more prescient and timely publication to recalibrate what it means to be a human and to love - a vital proclamation that needs to be heard.