In the journey to sexual sobriety, many sex addicts find themselves wondering, 'How am I going to have a normal relationship?' or 'Will it be possible to repair my marriage now that I've confessed my destructive behavior?' and 'Will I ever have great sex again?'
The program addresses a core issue facing men in their dating lives, efforts to succeed in their careers, as well as having a fulfilling life.
A whispered term of endearment, a flirtatious phrase, a secret suggestion, a cry of passion–words can be the most intimate gift that lovers share. This guide to their sensual power invites us to explore the erotic potential in verbal communication, as sexuality counselor and seminar leader Bonnie Gabriel shows how words can arouse desire, reveal and fulfill fantasies, and infuse lovemaking with romance and fire.
Whether you are a new couple, or have been married for 50 years, it can be difficult to maintain the level of fun and arousal in the bedroom that you would like. Too often, we approach sex as a serious matter, forgetting that it can be a wonderfully creative experience. We let the routine of our daily lives intrude upon the intimate time that we spend with our partner.
Sexual Intelligence Training Program which will teach me your step-by-step system for increasing my level of Sexual Intelligence and Sexual IQ so I’ll be able to get hot women into bed… almost automatically in just a few short weeks.
Daniel Goleman's international bestseller Emotional Intelligence changed our concept of "being smart," proving that emotional intelligence–how we handle ourselves and our relationships–matters more than IQ or technical skill in educational success. His next bestseller, Working with Emotional Intelligence, proved that career success also depends primarily on emotional intelligence.
What did people like Einstein do to access the inherent genius of their minds? Mind development pioneer Dr. Win Wenger noticed a clear pattern. He discovered that geniuses are little more than ordinary people who have stumbled upon a technique for widening their channels of attention. Superior thinkers may be the result of mental conditioning rather than genetic superiority.