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Intimacy: How to Get More of It: A peek into understanding the male mind Paperback – November 3, 2011
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"Whether you are in a good relationship you want to make better, a bad relationship you want to turn around, or want to start a new one, you need to read both of Jodi Ambrose's books. She is proving again why she is America's Top Sexpert." --Rachel Tighe, Ph.D., Chair, Dept. of Communication, The University of Virginia's College at Wise.
"Jodi Ambrose reestablishes a connection between oft-mystified partners by revealing emotional necessities integral to the understanding of the differing sexes. Remarkable in their accessibility, both books avoid jargon in favor of practical-living advice. These books won't do the work for you, but they will give you the tools to get the job done yourself." --Philip Rosenberg, Host of Sex and Politics Radio
"Jodi Ambrose's books should be required reading for every clueless man and woman who does not understand what can make their relationships "click". Her books are not about blindly going along with what your partner thinks is right. Instead, Jodi Ambrose shows you simple ways to easily get in harmony with your loved one." --Joey Pinkney, Award-winning Book Reviewer and Author
"When it comes to starting a playful yet important conversation about sex and intimacy there's no need to go any further than books by Jodi Ambrose. Writing with both women and men in mind she covers all the bases of what it takes to develop the kind of relationship you want." --Cyrus Webb, host of Conversations LIVE/Editor-In-Chief of Conversations Magazine
About the Author
Sex: How to Get More of It and Intimacy: How to Get More of It both take a no holds barred approach to relationships for all of the men and women out there. What can you do or not do to bring joy to your significant other? How can you "work it" so that both of you are happy and getting what you need? Men typically want more sex. Women typically want more intimacy, security and love. These books unlock the mysteries on how to achieve all of that in, believe it or not, 20 easy steps. Enjoy!
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The male brain does not have to be a dark mysterious place. We women can figure out fairly easily what men want and don't want. With that said this book presents a list of things a woman should not do which will keep her man interested in her. For example she shouldn't forbid her man from having his friends over. Instead she should participate, make food and supply drinks. This will make her man feel proud of her. Now this goes a little farther because you then tell your man that after the war, I mean game you will watch a movie and snuggle. This is called a manipulation tactic which is actually just a fun way to get what you want.
Basically this book is about how to be a more pleasant partner. Along the way there are a few laughs.
I'd recommend this to the woman who has just gotten married. I say this because habits are hard to break and a lot of the tips in this book would be great to follow as soon as you get married.
~The Rebecca Review
But how does that translate into a good book, you ask? Her attitude, her fierceness, and her devotion to helping people out come through in her book just as clearly as they do in her blog and in the interactions I've had with her. The language might be a little much for some people (she's not afraid to use adult words), but that is what I love so much about this book. So many books on how to increase the intimacy in your relationship tiptoe around the naughty words, but Mrs. Ambrose isn't afraid to talk about the things that make most authors cringe, which is what I love about her.
I would highly recommend this book to any of my friends, and anyone reading this review!
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humor are very good. This actually has some good points .Read more