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Hot Monogamy includes a nine-step program that starts with a self-quiz for each partner for determining "sexual style." This helps pinpoint which areas need to be worked on, such as resolving differences in desire--one of the most common problems among long-term couples. Communication is a big topic, but another painless quiz helps reveal romantic expectations both in and out of bed to help clarify exactly where overlooked problems may be festering.
Then comes technique. The chapter "Variety: How to Have More Fun in Bed" may prove the most useful, with discussions of sex toys, fantasy, sex games, and other forms of experimentation. Dr. Love is a firm believer in the G spot, and clearly explains how to make maximum fireworks with it. The book also includes contact information for sexual products that can be sent to you confidentially, as well as guidelines and resources for seeing a sex therapist. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Self help book. Yeah, yeah, yeah. I went on a self help kick for these kinds of books and you know what. You can't learn everything from books. Thought it was a waste.Published 16 months ago by M. Mindless
The book is fantastic but I ordered and paid for a new book and received a used book. This book has questions and serveys to fill out so this was really a disaster. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Valerie Morford
I found this book a repeat of all the things I have read in women's magazines. So I was disappointed.Published 23 months ago by katie
Hot Monogamy is one of the best and most useful books I have ever read on the subject of sexual relations in a long-term partnership. Dr. Read morePublished on September 30, 2009 by Margaret Arana
by Felice Dunas. Patricia Love makes some good points when she says that a couple should address their sexual issues LONG BEFORE they decide to get into therapy. Read morePublished on August 13, 2004 by infinite beauty
Only a woman who had a marriage end because of her own lack of interest of sex could have written a book like this. Read morePublished on March 23, 2000