would have said that after 6 years we didn't have much left to learn about
each other in the sex department. Boy, was I wrong! We both discovered
things we didn't expect--and had a really good time in the process (if
you know what I mean).
- JM. Orlando
have provided copies of your book to a number of my patients. They enjoyed
the workbook format and process, and we were able to use their responses
in our therapy sessions. It helped to deepen their appreciation of each
other's sexual feelings and desires. Thanks for providing a very useful
- Therapist, San Francisco
husband shook his head and sighed when I told him a had a new "self-help"
book for communicating about sex. His reluctance disappeared after the
second section of the workbook. He was hooked, and we did the entire book
in one evening. We talked about (and even tried out) things neither of
us realized the other wanted in our sex life. Now, he goes back to the
book for ideas. Great idea!
- SW. Tampa
like the way your workbook doesn't tell us what's right or wrong, or what
other couples do differently than we do. It let us look at our own sex
life (in private) and find ways to make things more enjoyable for both
of us. Answering the questions felt safe and comfortable--not embarrassing
the way I thought I might be. It helped both of us.
- MB. Gainesville
hard to believe, but after 17 years I guess we'd forgotten how to ask
each other for sex. My wife shared more with me in 2 hours about what
she wants form sex that she has in the last 10 years. Its made a big difference
- MW. Hartford
are pretty open sexually. I don't know that my boyfriend and I discovered
anything completely new--but we fine tuned a few things, and it was really
fun doing it. It led to some great sex afterwards too.
- EL. Miami