Friday, November 18, 2011

How to Get a Married Woman to have Sex with You...If you’re Her Husband by Stephan Labossiere REVIEW

I like the title of this book first off. It was funny to see the reaction I got while reading the book. Getting “the look” with eyebrows raised. I point out the rest of the title and “the look” isn’t as strong but it isn’t all gone. I think because it’s not the typical title to a marriage/intimacy help book. At first I thought this was going to be a comedy read of sorts. But it was actually very enlightening to get a man’s opinion on what is going on inside the wife’s head.  Actually, that part is funny to think about.  But in all seriousness the author, Stephan had quite a few good pointers for men to take into account. Such as security, and that alone has a few sides to it. She wants to know he will protect her physically, verbally, emotionally and financially. If she doesn’t feel secure she isn’t going to be into being vulnerable in the bedroom or out of the bedroom. So…if she feels secure emotionally, physically, financially, etc…she is more than likely to be more open in the bedroom. Also, women wanted to feel connected to their husbands outside of the bedroom as well. Intimacy is not just the physical part of the relationship. That is the tip of the iceberg. After marriage the charm, manners, and work at the relationship should not fly out the window. We still want and need romance after marriage. Just because you “have” us doesn’t mean chivalry goes out the window. We don’t just flip a light switch whenever you want to “get it on”.
I do appreciate Stephan bringing God into the book. Because I as a Christian, I believe that God created sex for husband and wife. Like Stephan pointed out, sex is a beautiful thing to be cherished. Not just for baby making but for enjoyment as well.
All in all, this was a quick read but very enlightening and quite fun to read. I recommend and encourage all married couple to read this book. Only took me about an hour to read this book with it only being 85 pages.

                                                                   I received this book for review from Pump Up Your Book

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