Having knowledge of the area and people, this was a fairly accurate description of both. However, the narration is pretty cloying and self-promoting - to the point of distraction. I tried listening to this in car with family. They preferred country music.
Of more value to physicians and anthropologists interested in Western Carolina/Easter Tennessee ways of life. These are likely to dissappear over the next few decades as Boomer retirees move in.
This book varies between self-promotion and tiresome list reading. It fails to help apply what is known about sex, neuroendocrinology and psychiatry. It almost makes sex a boring topic.
Nah, it succeeds at that.
I suggest She Comes First as a better example of applied clinical science to aid human sexual relationships.
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