What makes your wife melt? Chocolate, Marvin Gaye, flowers? Think again: try folded laundry and clean dishes. In a perfect world, your partner’s libido would be effortlessly strong and easily predictable. But in real life, that daunting mile-high laundry pile can be a real mood-spoiler for a woman’s sex drive.
Just like an episode of Everybody Loves Raymond, many men have resigned to believe that women just don’t want sex as much as they do. Not true, says nationally known psychologist and best-selling author Les Parrott, Ph.D. In fact, he says that is just one of the six sex myths that plague men. In his new book, Crazy Good Sex (Zondervan), Parrott discusses six secrets that will enhance a couple’s sex life. The facts and insight he offers will help husbands and wives experience the best sex they’ve ever had.
Debunking popular misconceptions such as “size matters,” “porn is not addictive,” and “sex with the same person is boring,” Parrott—a regularly sought-after expert source by national media—draws from top sex researchers, their landmark studies and years of his own counseling experience as a leading clinical psychologist so men no longer have to struggle needlessly with these unfounded bedroom beliefs.
Parrott counters these common fallacies with answers to things such as how much sex women want, the biological effects of pornography, what it really takes to please a woman, whether masturbation is harmful or helpful, the controlling force behind a man’s sexual drive and whether marries sex can be hot.
Crazy Good Sex is a guidebook designed to dispel the crazy thinking and behavior that surrounds sex and shed light on what distinguishes “crazy good sex” from “crazy bad sex,” or “healthy sex” from “dysfunctional sex.” Chapter-end reflection questions help readers evaluate their beliefs and bedroom behavior and pave their way toward healthy sex lives. In addition, sections called “A Note to the Curious Woman” impart special insight for understanding and satisfying her man.
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