In Sexual Intelligence, Dr. Marty Klein shows how our ideas about sex - and ourselves - are more important than a perfect body or exotic techniques. With many engaging examples from his thirty-year private practice, Marty provides a robust, practical perspective that makes it impossible for people to fail at sex - because they don't aim for success.
©2012 Marty Klein, Ph.D. (P)2013 HarperCollinsPublishers
If you have an understanding of Emotional Intelligence (EQ), then you will instantly identify with, and be receptive to, the ideas Klein is communicating in this book. His method is to help people, from ages 20 to 100 who are not experiencing a comfortable and satisfactory sex life, to apply EQ to sex. If you do not apply EQ to your life and SQ to your sexual desires, you will NOT achieve what you want from either. It's just not possible.
I like this audio book because he tells us that everyone is only human, and we are naturally sexual. We all can have a better, healthier sex life, but we get caught up in our own issues and illusions of how sex should be or how we are taught about it. He tell us to "LET IT GO!" Let go of our inhibitions and start just enjoying sex for sex's sake.
Dr. Klein has a keen understanding of the impact our beliefs have on sexuality. This book contains many stories that are helpful in challenging your own thoughts that limit your ability to enjoy sex.
This is a great book. I love books that opens our minds and allows us to see things differently. This book had done just that in regards to sex.
We have so many prejudices, stipulations, discomfort, and hang ups about sex. We think we're not sexy enough, or good enough. We have limitations saying oral sex isn't real sex, or we can get an orgasm from foreplay.
This book will help higjlight some of the problems and baggage we bring with us into the bedroom. Are you insecure about your body? Is sex different now that your older? Do you use sex to fill some other kind of psychological need?
It doesn't teach you how to be good in bed, but how to define sex in your own way. To enjoy the process of sex instead of focusing on a two second orgasm. And in the end you will see how we define sex and sex doesn't define us.
Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada
Thought it was a history of modern sex and how it varied over the globe. I must have got the wrong recommendation. I did not finish.
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