The best thing about this book by Ester Perel is that you get real insight into how different people in relationships see their partners and their roles. You get to hear how they approach sex and intimacy and love and how the three things are almost never the same to any two people. This book is a little short on solutions. (I guess that, as a therapist, Perel believes the solution, ultimately, is therapy. Although she does not say as much.) But, overall, this piece is an engrossing and worthwhile glimpse into the minds and lives of people who find that love and lust aren't always in synch. As a narrator, Perel's strong but infinitely listenable Belgian accent and tone are, simply, pitch perfect.
no/ the information she provides in this book is factually accurate, I might ask someone else to read it, her accent is a little hard to understand at times.
learning what REALLY turns women on... and discovering I don't have it at all >.<
yes. I learned all the things I cannot change to get women interested in me.
somebody just shoot me now. forget scoring with Hot Women, I cannot even score with below average women!