Passion Pursuit – Spring sign up
I wanted to let you all know, that Chris at The Forgiven Wife has opened up registration for the Passion Pursuit study.
I highly recommend any and all wives to go through it, no matter her history or her sexual desire.
You can find out more information or register here: https://honeycombspice.com/passion-pursuit-study/
@Scott, I think one could sign up under an alias if their anonymity is that important. But, if they don’t, yes, Chris will see that information, but the woman can choose whatever name she wants to be seen and known as by the other women in the community. In the actual H&S community, some women hold onto complete anonymity, but some don’t, and some fall in between.
I may have to nix that. I was going off of conversations of when she was starting the community. YES, it looks like identity will have to be known by her, because payment to her is required. Sorry about that first answer, I will go edit it when I get a chance (aka I am on my phone.)
Re: to @Scott’s question, from Chris… for some reason she is unable to post and she asked me to share this:
“I may be able to answer this question. 🙂
What I see is email addresses. When a woman registers for the Honeycomb & Spice community, I will see whatever email address she chooses to use. The username within the community can be as anonymous as she needs it to be.
To sign up for the study, I ask women to fill out a contact form. I want to get a sense of why she is interested in the study and what I can pray about for her throughout the study. The information also helps me know whether the study will be a good fit for the woman so I can engage in a bit more conversation. The contact form gives me an email address, and that is the email address where I will send the PayPal invoice. It is possible to add a different email address to your PayPal account, although I don’t know what I will see when it comes through. If this is a concern, you may want to test it by adding an anonymous email address and sending a dollar to a friend. Or create a new PayPal account altogether.
That said, I want to be clear that I will use the utmost discretion. I am the only person who has access to this information, and I do not reveal who is in my study to anyone else. If it is someone I know in real life or online in another capacity, participation and comments in the study will not affect my thoughts about or treatment of the woman.
Any woman who feels she really needs to protect her identity can do so through an anonymous email address and a new PayPal account.” – Chris, The Forgiven Wife