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Not Tonight Dear, I Feel Fat: How to Stop Worrying about Your Body and Have Great Sex

Sexuality


by
Michael Alvear

Book Details

Format: EPUB

Page count: 240 pages

File size: 861 KB

Protection: DRM

Language: English

The advice and techniques every woman needs to help her shed her body issues and revel in an intimate relationship Fifty percent of women have put off sex-even when they’re in the mood-because they felt too fat. Women of all shapes and sizes share an alarming anxiety: a body image that’s causing conflict in their relationships. This book will help women reconnect with their sensual selves and put them back on the path to greater intimacy.

Not Tonight Dear, I Feel Fat reveals:

? Innovative advice that quiets the mind enough to enhance desire

? Sexual anchoring techniques (“The 25% Factor”) that increase receptivity to sex

? Stories from real women struggling with bedroom body consciousness

The advice and techniques every woman needs to help her shed her body issues and revel in an intimate relationship Fifty percent of women have put off sex-even when they’re in the mood-because they felt too fat. Women of all shapes and sizes share an alarming anxiety: a body image that’s causing conflict in their relationships. This book will help women reconnect with their sensual selves and put them back on the path to greater intimacy.

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The advice and techniques every woman needs to help her shed her body issues and revel in an intimate relationship Fifty percent of women have put off sex-even when they’re in the mood-because they felt too fat. Women of all shapes and sizes share an alarming anxiety: a body image that’s causing conflict in their relationships. This book will help women reconnect with their sensual selves and put them back on the path to greater intimacy.

Not Tonight Dear, I Feel Fat reveals:

? Innovative advice that quiets the mind enough to enhance desire

? Sexual anchoring techniques (“The 25% Factor”) that increase receptivity to sex

? Stories from real women struggling with bedroom body consciousness

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