Total Intimacy: A Guide to Loving by Color Total Intimacy: A Guide to Loving by Color

Total Intimacy: A Guide to Loving by Color

    • 2.3 • 3 Ratings
    • $9.99
    • $9.99

Publisher Description

TOTAL INTIMACY and loving by color can inspire a rich, vibrant sex life! Loving by color beautifully creates a picture of marital love reflective of God’s true design---a balanced, complete intimacy that fosters play, trust, communication, anticipation, laughter, and sexual fulfillment. Couples can now share a language to assist them in intentionally practicing and including each of the colors that represent a crucial category of intimacy. All three colors combine to kindle the synergy of Total Intimacy and an exciting marriage with amazing lovemaking. The colors include: the Green intimacy of a bonding intimate companionship; the Purple intimacy of coupling as sensuous, romantic lovers with delightful flirting; and the Orange intimacy of erotic playmates and passionate lovemaking. A primary purpose of Total Intimacy: A Guide to Loving by Color is to transform blocked or disappointing lovemaking into a richly satisfying experience and to rebuild sexual intimacy after the trauma of sexual abuse or infidelity. Wives are encouraged to find their own sexual voice, as spouses embrace their unique desire for sexual connecting---and to encourage wise husbands to listen for her voice. In addition, it is a great read for reigniting a sex life grown stale or adding sparks to an already fun and fulfilling love life.

September 24
Sexual Wholeness Resources
Draft2Digital, LLC

Customer Reviews

ChuckleMePurple ,

Not Worth the Read...

If you as a reader have any level of common sense, you do not need this book. I appreciate the fact that this is biblically based, but the authors have decided what all women want and what all women want, which is wrong at best and stereotypical at worst. Save your money!

Howdydoodely ,

Not worth the read...

If you have any level of common sense, this book is not worth what you would spend on it. Everyone is different in terms of how they choose to give/receive love. These authors have already decided what all men and what all women want, which is basically crap. I like the fact that it’s biblically based, but is way too stereotypical!

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