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Publisher's Summary

Honey, Baby, Sweetums, Pookie.... Who knew those sweet, androgynous pet names are the first step toward a nonexistent sex life? And all those 'personal grooming' activities you used to hide.... Believe it or not, sharing them with your partner puts you on the fast track toward killing a healthy sexual relationship.

Stop Calling Him Honey and Start Having Sex is a smart, sassy, and honest guide for women of all ages, and looks at the root causes of sexual boredom in a revolutionary way. Authors Maggie Arana and Julienne Davis have discovered that it's the everyday things we say and do that sabotage sexual chemistry. They dare to pull back the sheets to examine the subtle yet powerful ways we're dulling our desire for our partners, while giving simple and practical solutions to rekindle the fire in our relationships.

This non-therapy-speak guide explains why date nights and sex in different locations are only Band-Aid solutions: The truth is, if you don't feel like having sex anymore, forcing yourselves to do it on the kitchen table is not going to fix the problem! In Stop Calling Him Honey and Start Having Sex, you'll also learn:

  • Why arguing is an important factor in bringing couples closer together
  • Why it is critical to maintain a sense of individuality
  • How sexuality doesn't hinge on having the perfect body but rather on how a woman feels about herself and how she projects those feelings to her partner
  • >

If your sex life reads more like a service manual than a romance novel, stop calling him 'honey' and start rekindling the flame of desire!

©2010 Maggie Arana and Julienne Davis (P)2012 Health Communications Inc.

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very interesting and informative

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This Book could have been a about 20 pages long

What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you?

If they would have gotten to the point. First lesson stop calling your spouse by pet names. they spent about 45-60 mins on this subject. OK I GET IT MOVE ON!

What do you think your next listen will be?

Not sure

Would you be willing to try another one of Ann M. Richardson’s performances?

No

What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?

The Info was good but just over written? Like someone had a term paper that was suppose to be 500 pages long so they added filler.

Any additional comments?

I basically would listen to the rule in the beginning of the chapter and then fast forward about about 15 min to the next chapter.

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Wow, they really meant the title

Is there anything you would change about this book?

Too much of the book was repetitively telling you to stop calling home pet names.

What did you like best about this story?

There were some pretty good simple suggestions to reconnect with your partner.

Who would you have cast as narrator instead of Ann M. Richardson?

Anyone. She was way too robotic. It was distracting. She didn't seem real. I wanted someone I could relate to. Or someone inspiring.

Did Stop Calling Him Honey and Start Having Sex inspire you to do anything?

Yes, it gave some good suggestions for preserving the relationship and not getting too comfortable

Any additional comments?

I thought it would talk about about how to actually spark your sex drive to want to have sex, instead of trying to get your partner to want to.