Ok, we know…it’s a sensitive subject…for EVERYONE …(except maybe the Kardashians…) but the truth is, it’s likely that the spark hasn’t sparked much since you had children, and the responsibilities of just keeping your head above water in this economy probably exhaust you before you’ve had time to think about getting frisky. But that doesn’t mean you have to put your sex life on the back burner.
In their book Stop Calling him “Honey” and Start Having Sex… authors Maggie Arana and Julienne Davis tackle head on the questions and issues that may be getting in your way. According to their web site: “The greatest problem in long-term relationships is a diminished sex life, yet until now, no book has addressed the real cause of this problem. STOP CALLING HIM “HONEY” AND START HAVING SEX is the first to tackle why sexual boredom happens in the first place and to offer real solutions to rekindle desire. ”
Challenging the status quo, authors Julienne Davis and Maggie Arana maintain that using the word “honey” is the first signpost down the road to a sexual desert in our relationships. By doing so, we lose our individuality, our gender, and our differentness from our mate. When a couple uses the ubiquitous “honey” instead of their names, they blur the lines of their separate identities, and sexual attraction cannot survive. Once sweet, innocent “honey” infects our relationships, it becomes the deadly killer of desire.
This book is not about just a simple word however, but about how we relate to our partner in many ways. Our words, our gestures, our habits, even our eye contact-all of this affects our sexuality. STOP CALLING HIM “HONEY” AND START HAVING SEX is a revolutionary concept: It’s the everyday things we say and do that sabotage our sexual chemistry, and calling him “honey” is only the beginning.
If this sounds familiar, don’t stew about it or forget about it or think like there is something wrong with YOU…read the book and get your sexy on. Available at Barnes & Noble Bookstores and Amazon.com