From Library Journal
Knopf, co-director of the Adult Sexuality Program at Northwestern University Medical School, and Seiler, staff fellow and therapist at the Center for Family Studies at Northwestern Memorial Hospital, explore in detail the problem that causes more patients than any other to seek the help of sex therapists: inhibited sexual desire (ISD). A problem facing two-career couples, single people, and the long-time married, ISD results from a combination of factors. The skillful use of case histories illustrates how such factors as desire differences, family background, present and past relationships, and outside stresses affect sexuality. Step-by-step practical exercises for exploring the physical, psychological, and relationship factors that can lead to ISD are also offered. Recommended.- Jodith Janes, Cleveland Clinic Foundation
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