Sex Books that can improve your sex life!
Resurrecting Sex – Solving Sexual Problems and Revolutionizing Your Relationship by David Schnarch and James Maddock.
Sex books – this sex and marital therapist provides a unique approach to sexual difficulties and how to resolve them.
By turning your worst sexual and relationship disasters into experiences of personal growth, you may find you and your partner will enjoy the best times of your lives!
Inspirational, provocative and written from the heart, the book is organized into these four sections:
• A quickie course in sex
• How sexual relationships work
• Medical possibilities & bionic remedies
• Vignettes explaining how couples have changed their sexual relationships
The author explains that the man is more apt to hold onto his sense of self by letting the relationship suffer. On the other hand, the woman is more likely to suffer with her identity in order to help strengthen the relationship.
Altering this destructive pattern can be achieved by using the process the author calls differentiation. Compromise often is not the best solution for resolving conflicts, according to Schnarch.
Profiles of various typical couples include ones having uneven sexual desires, disagreements over having oral sex, problems with self image, trusting both one’s self and one’s partner and the divorce specter.
Instead of focusing on individual’s weaknesses, this author teaches one how inner strength and resilience can be found that can help reaffirm a relationship and reignite the sex fire – one of the best sex relationships books.
The Sexy Years by Suzanne Somers.
She describes her experiencing menopause including what happened as she was diagnosed with breast cancer.
A strong believer of using bio-identical hormones in replacement therapy, she provides clear basic medical information on how the hormones estrogen, progesterone and testosterone function to help keep people both healthy and active.
The vocabulary used is understandable, even entertaining – and you will get a sense of her excitement that has come with realizing how a woman can regain much of the energy and joy of the younger years by following her recommendations.
The Hardness Factor – How to Achieve Your Best Health and Sexual Fitness at Any Age (for Men) by Steven Lamm and Gerald Couzens.
The Hardness Factor measures male health through the quality of an erection which may be the greatest motivation for men for better living (more so than a fear of cancer or heart attack). The author asks, “Can men be hard and in shape for sex their entire lives?”
The answer is, absolutely!
This physician assumes that good health and a hard erection are synonymous for men. The lack of hardness does not have to be a side effect of growing older, he claims — erection difficulties come from making poor lifestyle choices. Various afflictions such as obesity, high cholesterol levels, high blood pressure, alcoholism and depression are some of the more common ones.
The author is of the opinion that prescription drugs are not always the best solution. Instead, he provides a detailed 6-week program covering diet, exercises and supplements recommended that reduce the risk of chronic diseases and can help having a predictable and dependable sex life more likely. Definitely a recommended resource for a maturing man to read!