Is it exciting, satisfying, and passionate? Or is it just "good enough"? Well, good enough is not enough anymore! Every woman -- young, older, married, or single -- deserves a life of sexual fulfillment. Dr. Laura Berman, the nation's leading sex therapist, has gathered all the tools women need to recharge their sex lives into this practical, accessible guide.
From up-to-the-minute medical guidance to down-to-earth psychological assessments to straightforward talk on fantasies and toys, The Passion Prescription organizes all the elements of a sizzling sex life into one 10-week program. Each chapter explores specific recommendations and step-by-step homework to make change a reality. And since great sex is always a couple's issue, each chapter also includes a Guy's Guide, summarizing the information he needs to know to help The Passion Prescription work for you.
Dr. Berman, a clinical sex therapist for eighteen years, has an approach that combines extensive medical research with a good dose of creativity and common sense. There's no better person to help you fill your prescription for amazing sex!
Your best sex ever is just ten weeks away!
Berman (Secrets of the Sexually Satisfied Woman) presents a solid, sometimes elementary, introduction to women's sexuality and provides women with recommendations for mental, physical and relationship exercises to increase their sexual pleasure. She conceptualizes a woman's sexuality as one part of her overall health, incorporating fitness and nutrition advice with discussions of the psychological and social factors that can affect women's sexual satisfaction. She begins by instructing women to self-pleasure, advocating the use of vibrators (including those she sells). The book is light on partnered sexual techniques; its strength lies in its focus on things women can do for themselves. The best sections describe the physical factors implicated in sexual dysfunction and options available for treatment; women experiencing these problems may benefit most from the book. However, the book's comprehensive mind-body approach has something to offer most partnered women (the constant references to male life partners make it most appropriate for heterosexual women in committed relationships). Though the book is generally sex-positive and health-promoting, some odd contradictions do appear, such as the surprising "prescription" for waxing, shaving or dyeing one's hair "down under," despite the focus on positive body image and the health risks of these practices pointed out in the book.