About this eBook Think fast: Are you hard-pressed to remember? With a busy schedule, has sex fallen to the bottom of your to-do list? By the time you finally do collapse into bed, would you rather get to sleep than get it on? Take heart, you're not alone: When your sex life is neglected, your relationship becomes vulnerable -- to anger, resentment, infidelity -- and you start to feel more like roommates than lovers.
At Good in Bed we believe that couples should be trying to have sex at least once a week. Studies show that people with healthy sex lives lead healthier lives overall, and doing it once a week keeps you tuned in and turned on instead of tuned out and turned off. So think of this book as your weekly sex-planner, with 52 weeks of inspiring sex-scenarios.
But sex is like food - if you eat the same thing over and over, not only will you get bored, you'll also end up depriving yourself of vital nutrients. And just like the food-pyramid, there are different categories of sex that you should be consuming from regularly: There's sex that taps the power of fantasy and proves that the mind is the biggest sex organ and there's sex that plays to all of our various senses: Our week regimen draws from all these groups, and more, with the goal of giving you a healthy, balanced, and ultimately hotter sex life.
So get ready to start penciling in some sex- but plan on something new and totally unpredictable. About the author s: Steph Auteri is a writer specializing in sex, relationships, and other sources of angst related to the back-and-forth between men and women. She is the Assistant Editor for YourTango, a web magazine featuring content on love and relationships. About this download Once you've purchased a Good in Bed Guide, you will immediately be sent a confirmation email that contains links to downloading your purchased guide in a variety of different formats.
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