Sex and Marriage: Myths Uncovered
If you are thinking of filing for divorce because your husband squeezes the toothpaste tube in the middle and stuffs his clean shirts into the drawer without folding them then you need to read Sex and Marriage: Myths Uncovered. Dr. Cynthia L. McGill exposes ten myths that she feels are pure fiction that have grown out of television, movies and magazines. She also lays out the important ingredients of a healthy marriage and explains how to make sex more exciting. Yes, she does get specific. Readers will certainly know what she does with whipped cream! And with prayer. Dr. McGill clearly wants to save your marriage.
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