Mama Gena's Marriage Manual: Stop Being a Good Wife, Start Being a Sister Goddess!

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Simon and Schuster, Apr 5, 2005 - Family & Relationships - 240 pages
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Why be a saintly Good Wife, caring for his every need, when you can be a sexy Sister Goddess and make you both twice as happy?

"Diva of Desire" Regena Thomashauer (a.k.a. Mama Gena) delivers a saucy, surprising, absolutely essential guide to reviving passion and pleasure in your marriage.
Let Mama cure you of the "Good Wife Syndrome" -- that common malady characterized by an unnatural drive to sacrifice yourself, organize your married life around your husband's needs, and then blame your bewildered husband for your profound unhappiness. Mama Gena's Marriage Manual is here to remedy your condition by administering a simple yet tremendously effective antidote: fun. Fun because when a woman indulges her desires, she has an uplifting effect on everyone around her. Mama gives specific strategies and exercises for increasing the pleasure quotient in your life, improving communication with your mate, and gathering a powerful network of Sister Goddesses that will help speed you toward your goals.
Mama Gena's Marriage Manual will help you craft a partnership that enables you to do more, have more, and be more than you ever can on your own.
 

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With her usual brash sass, Mama Gena (Mama Gena's Owner's and Operator's Guide to Men) preaches to her fellow Sister Goddesses (women who have joined her School of Womanly Arts or read previous books ... Read full review

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Regena (derived from the Latin for "queen") Thomashauer is the author of Mama Gena's School of Womanly Arts and Mama Gena's Owner's and Operator's Guide to Men. She lives in Manhattan with her husband and daughter.

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