Hot Monogamy: Essential Steps to More Passionate, Intimate Lovemaking

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Penguin Group (USA) Incorporated, 1994 - Family & Relationships - 310 pages
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Can monogamous partners maintain the passion and excitement they felt in the early days of their relationship? Dr. Patricia Love, an eminent sex and family therapist, and bestselling author Jo Robinson say it is possible, and show how it's done. Culled from extensive case studies, they provide a step-by-step program to help keep the spark lit and send satisfaction soaring. Best of all, couples will be able to tailor a tremendous store of sexual techniques to fit their own personalities, preferences, and lifestyles. This is a remarkable guide proving that mutual desire and sexual heat don't have to fade but instead can grow more powerful with every passing day.

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Contents

THE LONGING FOR HOT MONOGAMY
5
MAPPING YOUR SEXUAL RELATIONSHIP
18
WHY DONT WE TALK ABOUT SEX?
40
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Dr. Patricia Love is a relationship consultant, licensed marriage & family therapist, & an internationally known presenter. She is the coauthor of "Hot Monogamy" & "The Emotional Incest Syndrome" & has appeared frequently on "Oprah", "Today", & other national television & radio programs. She lives in Austin, Texas.

Jo Robinson is a free-lance writer specializing in books about personal and social change. She is the co-author of four other books, including Emotional Incest, and the best-selling Getting the Love You Want. She lives in Portland, Oregon, with her husband and son.

Jean Coppock Staeheli continues to help people make changes in their lives through her work in the Portland Health Institute's clinical programs, graduate courses and workshops, and services to health professionals. She also writes about health related topics. Jean lives in Tigard, Oregon, with her husband and two daughters.

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