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Unlearn Vanilla Marriage: A Different Approach to A Failing Institution Paperback – April 14, 2011
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1) monogamy isn't really necessary so you should seriously free yourself from that by swinging.
2) self help industries lie to you because these organzations don't really promote swinging, and
3) the author is married to a beautiful woman that loves to swing.
The author repeatedly mentioned those three items over and over again. I'm not rejecting what he is saying...in fact I somewhat agree with his argument...but the book isn't a good read and it left me uncomfortable in many instances by repeating those issues.
Speaking as a single here... and never have had the pleasure of going down that road, I certainly have gained a lot from this, nothing less than brilliant book.
I love the way he presents the whole package. You may or may not agree with the different choices that are brought out. Take out what is good for you.
I love the fact that in a marriage it's possible to be interdependent.
Another...important fact, you must be comfortable with yourself first, then you can truly move on to that special interdependent relationship.
You will find yourself laughing and just saying to yourself, that this author just presents it so well and eloquently.
I just really enjoy anything this author writes...but this my friends, is his best work yet.
If you read this book with an open mind, you will come away with a mind better prepared to make important choices, not only with respect to sex, but in choice of a mate, child rearing and so much more. Thanks for a great book. It turned out to be a gift worth opening.
Dr. Darrel W. Ray, author of Sex and God: How Religion Distorts Sexuality and The God Virus.