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Simcha speaks … with honesty along with the wit and wisdom that always make her teachings so memorable and helpful. She summons all of us to trust, mutual patience and kindness, and to a joyful honesty about NFP. --Msgr. Charles Pope, Pastor of Holy Comforter - St. Cyprian Parish, Washington, DC
Fisher is wide-awake; she appreciates irony and with a sense of humor that is proportionate to the seriousness of her purpose she helps the reader wake up and smell the irony, too ...
NFP is not free. It costs a great deal, of both partners. And yet...through the very depths of her learned compassion expressed so eloquently and with such transparent humility Fisher provides the evidence of its solid, life-enhancing value. --Elizabeth Scalia, author of Strange Gods: Unmasking the Idols in Everyday Life
Before The Sinner s Guide to NFP, the only way you could get this kind of candor on the subject of Natural Family Planning was in private conversations with your best friend. Simcha has taken all the things we think about NFP but feel like we can t say, brought them into the light, and addressed them with insight and razor-sharp wit. You ll laugh, you ll nod your head in recognition, and you ll ultimately walk away inspired by the kind of encouragement that only someone else in the trenches can offer. --Jennifer Fulwiler of Conversion Diary
Simcha Fisher is a Catholic blogger, speaker, and freelance writer. She blogs for the National Catholic Register and Patheos at "I Have to Sit Down". She lives with her husband and children in Southern New Hampshire.
This is a nice little book, easy read, easy to understand, concerning a topic that is widely misunderstood or largely ignored. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Bobby Bambino
Hilarious yet full of great information. A must-read, especially for people like me who teach NFP. The only thing I wish she would have included is a more clear recommendation... Read morePublished 10 days ago by KW
As a veteran NFP user of 16 years, I bought this book today because my husband and I were in desperate need of some sort of encouragement and guidance as we fumble through phase 2,... Read morePublished 26 days ago by Krista L.
I have enjoyed this book very much. My husband and I have practiced NFP for a couple years, but are new to the Church, and in an awkward postpartum phase. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Heather Griggs
Been married only a year - and pregnant for most of that time - and this book has helped me enormously! Read morePublished 1 month ago by Hannah
This book was well written and a fast read. It had me rolling laughing at times, but also gave me a deeper understanding of NFP.Published 2 months ago by Erin D
This book is essentially a compilation of Simcha Fisher's blog posts. Since I had already read most of them, I got less from the book that I might have expected. Read morePublished 2 months ago by B. Turner
I loved this book. I am a convert to Catholicism and even within Catholic circles I feel very alone in my practice and commitment to NFP. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Criscelda Perez